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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 19, 1906
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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':' MORE / J RAULERSON AND. 6AUTIER- DENY FAITHFUL TO CHILD



!, GROWS CALIFORNIA! FORMING. POLITICAL,--' (GOHBINATION MOTHER- LR L LOST O' -as



STATEMENT OF MR. GAUTIER STATEMENT, Of MR. RAULERSON 1

Office o: Office of HER LIFE

I Tax Collector of Dade County Florida County Treasurer of Dade County' .
J EARTHQUAKE l DISASTER Miami. Fla.. April 19. IMS. MiamVFIa.. April 1*. 1906.
To theVoters, of Dade County: To the Democratic Voters of Dade ;

; In yesterdaj'scounty newspapers. County: '
there appeared c letter from Mr. Gee.J. My attention bas been called to as t M
",'" 9c Currie ia which It Is alleged that article appearing over the- name of MRS. RHYME WAS KILLED
,. I i I with other candidate have entered Geo. O. Currie in the county newspaper '
r .WILL SEND MESSAGES .FREEB. Into a political combination. I tale in which It is alleged that t law 'I

bTHE WHOLE STATE SUffERED TERRIBLY hit method and opportunity of deny entered Into a.combination: with certain
F. Dillon, superintendent of emphatically that I have done any other candIdates for office In the ,
the west;) Union Telegraph Co. inch thing. I hare not siren the coming primary:; I :.'
with headquarter at Jacksonville, matter of combination a single thought I take this opportunity of denying I At West Jupiter Yesterdey Homing -
has Issued I the following Instruction nor ha It been suggested to me by any that I have entered Into any such f/-/ -
t to ate office of the third division me.Any statement to the contrary combination with other candidates for Bj North Bound Pissen-

Out Of Existence- : fS II absolutely false and without foun- office and neither have I given author I
San. Francisco Practically Wiped "The Western Union Telegraph Co. Train From Miami-i
latlon.. I beg to say that I have been ity to any one to use my name in makIng ger ;
) will transmit free, domestic messages confined closely to my office and have or proposing any combination. i*
Fire Completing The WorkI relative to relief of sufferer done very little electioneering and Any statement to the contrary 1* utterly Tried to Cross ,Tack '
r at &In''FriulacOo when offered by t have been open and above board lii false and.'without any founda '
duly constituted relief organization doing what 1 have done. tion.I After, Her Ch!Id.

i ,:I Of Destruction or public tofftcer' In their official' 4 I desire to state further that I am desire also to state that I am running ,. ,

capacity, Shen- destined to San I running this race on my merits faithfulness this race on my own merlta'and I'I't' ,:
I Francisco. Such message will to the trust imposed upon mu past records.- and am making a free I' ,! '
churches and theatres have been used be subject!to delay such a* the and generally Improved condition of and open fight for the office. ,
to shelter them. It"Is Impossible yet]i 1,I condition* t that point Impose." I the collector's office. Respectfully soliciting your support I Amost.distressing accident, result- "

: to estimate the damage done In this ,. ft Respectfully on' these grounds alone; I bee to Ing.:In' the killing of Mrij. Rhyme by :,

THOUSANDS) HOMELESS city. I. T. N. Gantler. main. Tours faithfully 1'8-1' northbound passenger train No.' 7S.
1 Tax Collector_ Dade County. C. H. Banlenon. '
Spent Pleas nt Season Here which leaves here at 6:35'o'clock, a.m. :
fJRE.JtAI"REACHED. .. ....
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Dr7:and"inrs, -'J0: 'Moore:" "son.Shields ; [ occurred yesterday' morning: a short

RESIDENCE- .F SECTION'Y an Mrs. Shields;Mrs. Moore's distance from the_depot:at West Jup '

And Food 4 Supplies Short-Goverwnent 'New-York, ApriTTK- The Western mother.wad have spent the season ONE: HUOREDjNDhSIXTYp : Iter. JI

... Union Telegraph; Company received a I here to/ar1yg thelh home early In last St.faD Louis: returned .'last I Detail of the accident!Indicate thatMriRh7ml.wbo .I

furnirtioi: SuppliesAppropriates report early today that, the fire ha In was about 23 yeanof
night Dr. ;Moore was physician .
spread to Knob Hill. the resident sec. charge,of thi hospital on the St. LouisEXPOSIOUott t: NEW' NAMES NOW REGISTERED age, and the,mother of a threeyearold .
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: Cotjcress $1MO.OOO'.For .- lion of the San Francisco..where f Huattngtoa Is and,ao grounds and'first visited ':'chfld, endeavored :jjto- cross t&e : '1-
cited Croker _
i. Relief-Sin other ;of the finest house la the dty. Miami two j year ago with a, party wen, ot ._. railroad track when .thy engine waa
,. exposition' pffldala. He was to
but two or three car lengths from her
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and ida health
pleased so greatly ben-
FrtwUco. Property Loss Will. GENERAL FUNSTOrT ,'j It > efltted that:jae' decided to com again If: a This, the Tenth Precinct of Dade County-Deputy RpistritionfOMcer'loi to the child which'was; om the other
i WIRES.,'THE... SITUATIONWashlngtoa and bring his fanny for the entire season ", J"* i A 4 aide tier with a string to a pet ...-
RoecbJ200.OOO.Q00- I .; Dr. 'Moor 1* one of 8t Loin .CbailleGrvuSomei; 'lnteretini IDform ,II.' Instead of being run over,the wonam.
'- April 11"w"n"w' Qi' teannliieat: :"jityHclaa*. -.. was thrown from the I track about

t partment this moraine received a olsaatch -. .. .1"- ....., ., .... ." I twenty feet to nee aids The woman
i'ti ;f). i from:General .Fustoa dater.;.at ireunfen "CaN rt""'' "'" :It j '
San,Francisco this morning which On.' a coaiit'or the 'featbWe.:ind- 5 There have been'reSiatered In product law relative to'onaUflcatioaa, refused I though. not Banded. ::
( I says:' dent to Cflbaa:' Independence-Day,be No. 10. Miami,'since the book to swear to their clttaeaahte, some ol Charles WsBlagtoaihe aegro fireman >

:"It Impossible aow'ttflanni you" the Inauguration of the PretldenUhe opeaed ..Aprfl !. to:the:present date them stating they wooU register later ; wa the'only eye witness to the
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bal[rrancSscoh .. while horrible death. H lira
April1 -U-Tay as to,the run extent of the'dlsaster. other declined positively to door 1. says Rhyme
P. ft'O. fa'MW-1eUIq sew
I : 'i18..Llne of who have '
in
lames, persons ;: M IP ; approached the tract from his aid,
O dawae4 on. a ce"ne ot death tad deatrnctloa. The',city 1s >practically destroyed first-class excursion'tickets""befcweea
fiamei Troops have been aiding the police hipatrollnc. : Miami )become of age since the last general The registration books class oa the'of the engine sad dashed OB the track ,
and"Havana
During' ,the' night I .the streets and maintaining Tampa. Key' West election; or who haye;moved to.the 30th. ,ad all persons>> who have not ,In an apparent endeavor to reach her "
coaaamed many, of the: city1, finest order and wail .work" la' conjunction; at' one farefor the:round.trip goodto preelDet:ad, are qualified. accordingto registered at that time will be unableto child. Immediately after the womanhad
.tn ct ftl'a4 skipped ,Ina dose'directions i with ,.the city authorities.. I return on. ships yieavlttc; :'destinations law to elt1ze h1p.tn'the precinct do so.'f' 5--- i .been :struck Wellington notified "
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Xart.la&j np Jo and Including May and'county.' The' following,Information'relative :Engineer Herbert H.'Rogers,of the accident
'to 'tJai r.14ntp ruOu. :law ha* nor been. declared"Tou' ., :: This la a delightful trip aid those who :
"known '!' can i.ot send too tents |The books of the precinct, according to paying poll(taxes is >published for and the train was stopped and ,
the many I
visited
entire district hare not already Key West and
asJSonthof. r or-rations.-About two hundred -to last year revision and registration the benefit of those sot thoroughly familiar backed up ,to the scene of the tragedy.
.K iai'street" was destroyed : thOUl-I' the Cuban Isle should avail themaelverof The child dOC
and people are homeless.Food with those -161 persons recentlyreg. with the requirements. of the I sun tied to the :;
known far'the'name. Catered show voter In law In the stood from the track, while the
It U sot how scarce.asallthe: provision.house: i iI 1,391 elegible premises: :, away
reached south' across Channel streetThouandi'ari :1 are gone. All government buildingswere I the precinct;though the next revision Any male person who became 21 ,body of the mother lay off*to.the other .'
: 1 homeless 'and with,I destroyed. to be made by the' Board of County years of age before January 1, 104 side. | -
Commissioners win see a hundred or must pay one for each of the years I Willing hands lent assistance.. Th*
blanket and scant provision wandered f CONGRESS APPROPRIATES I It.EJUlriTMNMll more names stricken from the list be-I 1904 and 1905JJ I child was taken la charge .by neighbors r
to Gold u.Gate ,Park and.tried. cause of- removal from the Any male person who became 21 : while the body of the mother was
to find shelter. Everything Is In ruins. :A MILLION TO SUFFERERSwingtont and precinct, death and other cause. years of age !after January 1, 1904 carried to her home. 'Mr. Rhyme. th.' .
business and'all newspaper -, ', ] So far sixty-seven names have beeu and before January 1. 1905. must paJ'one father and husband was, working la
Is .tandIn II
No ; April 19=;;The Senate erased leaving the present number 'o.eleglble poll tax for the year 1905. a field some six miles distant and did ,

plant were rendered useless.It today adopted without, formality,, a votes 1,284., i Any male person who came to,the not know of the affliction that had befallen -
Islestlmated that the loss In San Joint resolution directing the secretaryof "Deputy' registration omcer Joe" Chair state of Florida before January 1. I him until 'some tame afterward "

,Francisco will reach- the enormous war to use.all army rations and TO'MOHHOW) le, states that there are-to date abou.. 1904, must pay one poll for each of iI j j i On the return trip from Fort Pierce
figures"of 1150,000,000 Some place the quartermasters; supplies, and appropriating I twenty-five transfers from other products i I the-years 1904,land 1905. |I I to Miami last night the-raln was stopped
1500,000 for the relief 'of the of the county to this precinct I Any male person; who came to the at West Jupiter where Mr. Rogers
,
toss at 200/M)0'000) t ough'aU.fiPm California sufferers.. .' ; the most of. them coming from -West i Sale of Florida after January 1. 1904. I appeared before coroner's Jury
are rough estimates and nothing definite :: The resolution was sent Immediately -,1.:11 4tc ,I Palm Beach.:' These transfers are I I an J before January 1, 1905. must pay empanelled to th1 Jnto .the death
can be \-told 'until 'a'' partial acventing to.the.house action and. there ';y; f I made with Ur;:J. C. Bnrtashaw. registration one poll tax for the year 1905. of the unfortunate woman; The negro -
la liked.' -'resolution..was amended by.making -. 'officer,* at Larkin. Mr.' Challle I Any male person who became 55 fireman testified that Mr. Rogers
the appropriation for relief.. a million AT' SCHOOL AUDITORIUM says also that the report that laborers j years of age before January 1, 1904. Is 11 lid not see the woman! and could not
unknown but
is
The number of dead I
dollars. from the Key West extension of the I'exempt from poll taxation. bfeve seen her but had[he done so herould
,they are estimated'at- about EDO. In F., E. C. Railway Company are reg-, Any male person who became 55 I II not have prevented the accident ,
town was placed under martial law at' WAR"DEPARTMENT'ORDERSPROVISION I I.L Isterlng In large numbers. a mistake :years of age after January 1, 1904 as the distance between the woman
> o'clock' last night by 'orders, ot AND TENTS and that few. if any of such I and be ore January 1, 1905. must pay and engine when she Jumped on the
men,*have registered. If any have registered lone poll tax for the year 1904. track was too short for him to have
Roosevelt the .
During evening Rendered
President '
Will be
Spiendid
Washington. April 19- Prompt action rogrem he is satisfied they are qualified Any male person who' has lost k stopped 1C Mr. Rogers testified that
three thieves found pilfering were ,has been' taken.by the -war department a though the matter Is not with limb In battle Is exempt form all poll he did not see Mrs. Rhyme and did not
: killed by ..soldiers. In attending the San Francisco iij Evening by Pupils him to say so long a* they' swear to taxation. know she had been struck until told -
sufferers with all:available.resources their qualifications. A number of Any male person who became 21 so by the fireman whq saw her front
TERRIBLE LOSS .J'THROUGHOUT' at the command of the department of the Lower Grades these men have made applications foi years of age after January 1, 1905 .- his side of the cab.The( train was
Shelter wl lbe provided and registration, but'upon being read the I exempt from taxation. going at about 'thirty-five miles pea'p.
CALIFORNIA two, hundred thousand rations have ApEnjojable Even- hour at the time of the accident ,

been ordered from .Vancouver barracks After the Inquest the] train proceeded
San Francisco:' April :lrC Report and a large samberrof tents 111 is Promised. TWO BRIDES-ELECT ARE TENDERED on south arriving here last night
I Mr. Rogers at his home
was seen
from. the Interior .of the State are from there and other army posts. )jj oa
General' Funston: commanding hasbeen Fifth street this morning by a Metropolis -
.most alarming. ,;Santa Roia wasjompletely'wteckeL LINEN reporter. He Stated that the .
asked whether he will need ad-
!i 'Ten' thousand tional troop and If so Secretary Taft A DELIGHTFUL SHOWERred majority of citizens of West,Jupiter "

person are homeless there and are win order, them from other polnta. Theentertainment} of the public believe that Mrs. Rhyme, was searchIng -'
huddled together. The loss of life General Bell chief of .taa. 'was on school r, veil by the lower grade -- for her child, and had Just disco
i bas not been estimated yet though it duty all night at 'the..White;'House will take )lace tomorrow evening In I ered it,near the track when the train
win probably reach, Into the_ ,thousand offices, giving orders for army relief to the auditorium. The little folk are The home of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. hearts, suspended from the chandelier was approaching. In excitement '

*. ". the sufferers.. ._...:"___ ."". the pnpllsMinJ are under the management I Patterson on 13th street was the scene to the opposite[ skies of the .nd"earthatlt: would pet-In front of "
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Many bunding.were destroyed by o: Mlts Klngsley and Miss Mc- yesterday afternoon of a social function room.made a panorama of rich. glowIng the approaching train the endeavored ',
the earthquake and, those, left were WIRE'COMMUNICATIONS Cnllongh *nd have worked hard to which was altogether perfectly beauty and tastefulness: The to reach It. but toolate!to avoid beingrun
burned. ,. rHAVE BEEN LOST make the entertainment a success. carried out and full of all the suggestiveness brides-elect were requested to cut the down and confident regret the .
Messengers are bringing tidings 'o: :; / x.Sacramento -| f t 'There hate been special costumes I that marks a "shower"->. wedding' cake.|the first step being to accident, but is that even, -
the destruction Heraldsburg/Gey : April*;* 'd.A11\i f made for t the "actors" and f the good briJes-elect. The "shower" was given pull the long white ribbons attached had he seen the woman dash on the
; 19 wire
Cat
track that
he
f wffle, doverdale HopUnd, and Uklla I people In Miami, especially the patron. by Mrs. Patterson in honor of Miss to the immense frosted cake. Insteadof would been'powerless "
communications with San Francisco
,4.. every case the loss of life and have practically been lost The windIs I'of our public school do not turn outiby I I Pearl Gardner and Miss Effle Welsh, cake the sides parted, and nestling to prevent her hate killed.
roperq Is thocklng. all the hundreds to encourage thoseseventynvJKboys whose marriage take place next-Mon Inside were daintily tied packageswith
1 r blowing a gale and, telegraph. : and girls, as well as day within a short time of each other. cards bearing the name of the The Idol's Big Clearance Sate ..
lines'are badly mixed. I
.NOTHING CAN CHECK': help the Library fund and secure to Miss Marie Patterson, sister of Yr. donor and for'' which bride intended. .
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THE 'FIRE RAVAGE ALLCOMMUNICATIONSCOMPLETELY themselveirj enjoyable evening It Patterson and their guest this seaion. These present l were lovely and some The Ideal' big' clt.lfance ,Bale wu
INTERRUPTED will show different spirit than ought i I I assisted the hostess in receivlng.Mrs. evidently selected with a view to the Inaugurated this morning and win con.
to be shdwn\ by our citizens. The James M. Jackson Jr, sister of the needs of housekeeping. tinuefor ten daYL The sale began
Oakland Cat. .prU'19, S aa. m. following program will be given:' hostess, and Mrs. .John Sewell also Four'courses of light refreshments at 9 o'clock and fro that hour on
Fire 1* till raging throughout San Chicago April 19. 11 a, m.- All I I throughout
the tb
I "Welcome"-! Florence barton. assisted in entertaining. were served while all were chatting day eatabllshmen\
from San Francisco are
Francisco, and there Is no possibility j dispatches Motion song-Weary Willie"-Thirty The luxuriantly appointed parlorswere about the mysterious cake. Miss was thronged with omen eagerly
i of it stopping until It has expended now completely. Interrupted by badwires. pupl1l. I I shaded and lighted brilliantly. Sadie Kolb gave the toast to "the seeking and 't.knlt Adyantage 0: the
Itself' for want of material to con.. DectamatlonFreJerick Sulzner. After the arrival of the guests the brides." anj they In turn drank to the splendid values that had been put oat,
sum*. The'city is doomed.; Dlalogt%- "Boy Talk" McCall two brides-to-be arrived and were health of the hostess. tor' tllem. The large I once of clerkswere
The authorities' are still using dynamite CALAMITY OVERSHADOWSALL Flowers Fed :Morford Willie Moore I'bidden to the back parlor. This necessitated At the Russian-Japanese guessing kept on the hostl and jump but
to stay '.the flames but a newmisfortune LONDON TOPICS LeRoy Re.: I both passing beneath the huge contest Miss Jeanette Watson won the they were unable to t rYe the crowd

has happened as the explosives Lnllaby Seven Little Girls. I bell of white flowers with white rib- prize a pretty (white fan. and Miss Agnes with the dispatch that some desire" :
[ ".' are becoming exhausted.- London, April 19- The calamity In Our Flag|- A class led by Alma. bon streamers held by little Misses a Sllgh, whose wedding day Is fast :Many from out of town were h attend-
I' U1 bnsln'ess building and half the San Francisco overshadows all other Chritenun:!i |' Ethel and Helen Jackson who at the :approaching! won the consolation ance and the Indlcatlo s are that the :
r lent portion of the,town"have"-. topics In this morning's,papers. Dlaloguf. "Bluebeard" Icjp(opportune moment caused the bell to pox of chocolate bon bons. sale will prOVe the bl gent aDd most
,J'f> Ixdy ,been, ,destroyed. Wagner mud George Bead.JapaneaongEighteen .I give forth its secrets. Instead tin Photographer Kaufman and Mr. Paterson IUCCE'uful thing of th kind ever cc.
1 BERLIN WILL RAISE FUND little girls en, visitinj cards with loops of ribbon also took flash light snaps of.. cutting In Mlamtaes
THOUSANDS, HOMELESS FOR THE SUFFERERS led by Sadie Griffin. I and rose petals fell about the surprised ;fae group.
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t IN OAKLAND Song- ji-Stay in your own back pair. Those present at this wholly delightful Sligh Ethel Clane Willie Hahn.
.. Berlin, April 19- AH morning pap yard". FJbivnceYharton.. Later the company was ushered to "shower were the following: Mrs. Jeanette Watson BIUI Boyd, Dorothy
Oakland; Cat April i$-Thonsandof ra"dee.1 'sympathetically with the Play of| he no..er&T1I'entr.llve. the dining room, where the red back- S. L. Patterson Mrs. John Sewell Stout Yule Rush aid MI... Blake
:' homeless refugees bare come here San'Francisco: disaster.' The papers puptls I ground of the walls thi chanJailer Mrs. James M. Jackson. Jr.. Misses and Misses Ethel and Helen Jackson;

from'San. Francisco. Idora Park has will ralse'funds for the 'relief. ,of .the, I Table.til nd(" "Goodnight of the massed in red hibiscus red cut flow, I Pearl Gardner j Eme Welsh Marie Patterson and Annie Lester Putt rson, daughter
I -'been turned over ,to them' and thu stricken people. Flowers." I I ere in vases, and four long strings of Sadie Kolb; Gertrude TIce, Ag- of the hostels.

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The' Daily ,Miami Metropolis' I j 1: Healers Money JO Loan

". B. TATUM. PRESIDENT. S. Bono DEAN stc.-TREAs... Matting Oil

THE MIAMI PRINTING COMPANYThe _

.mof t Southern newspaper published on the mainland of the U. S. $ On Short oij Long 'Time


PUBHSHED. EVERY. DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY :' and Furniture Easy P4mentsz)

CIRCULATION RATES i
OB year oy man ...........4 $5.00 Three month ................ $l.Ib [w i r
........... .......... ..10Advertising :; Dade Security Co.G.M.0YKES
ftx months_ ....:._.... %.60 ,One weekly by carrier Will .. .w._ ..
be Sold at Reduced. Prices for thirty days 1 --- -----
Rate made known on application. I I
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world'sympathizes. with stricken San Francisco and the State of
Caltforn! tIn the terrible calamity by earthquake that betel them at the

early hours yesterday morning, when the majority of their! people reposedIn Our Grand
Clearance
peaceful sleep, preparing for another day's battle of life. ; SalcisNbwhOnarid

dW1thont:Wlr1linl the.Jreaded and terror sfticken earthquake shook the .

beaatlf til""Golden'Gate":and' famous California to their very foundatlns, in keeping with our policy to carry no goods over from season ro season we have cut the prices as nqver before

'reeking destruction to property that It bad taken many years to improve 1 We want to reduce our stock as quickly as possible, in order that we can,cut our insurance; : down and also to make
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and bund. Hundreds"of lives were hurled and dashed out by one terrible some changes in our store.|L1st week was a banner week with"us.This'tvtek'e want tomake, a'jbetferjone; and In t J
blow, and a nation and world made to mourn In sympathy with those that
I. order to do,so the prices are cut as b .
low.
were powerless to prevent or escape the castastropbe. t
The disaster, according to present reports, was one of the most appalling
In the history the western' world, though it is hoped the first reports In Alfred Benjamin and Snellenberg suits. Goods known The famous Paragon trousers, sold in allmigh-grade(

the excitement and-confusion. .attending the scene of destruction were 6-. everywhere as perfect in fit workmanship i/4QA| stores for 6.00. 7.00 and.8.00. our .
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agerated. It Is likely they-'were.thoagh; it Is evident that great damage materials, .18.00. $20 and $25 suits for. KiTwU price. . . . .,. .. . . '? 041'95
and frightful loss of life Save occurred. ir.of ha been .
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But the people of San Francisco and California are Imbued with that 40OF andnfive sel..ng.. ..t"3 45
t-So dollars for. .
Indomitable American spirit tat knows no defeat no fail and. no sapprealion pig line of men's business suits. 'the kind you buy

and the magnificent city -and progressive State will survive the blow elsewhere at 15.00 16.00 and 17.00, II The best 3.50 and 4 oo every: day pan $ ) 95

and rebuild stronger land* better than before. The lessons taught by Boa bur. price . .. . .. . '$, I I .90 made. ''good for hard service, now.. . _.
ton. Chicago Baltimore and Jacksonville, will be learned by them and.Ii i BOYS KNEE PANTS

few years hence the wreck of April .Swill remain in memory only. 'WJ, 75C, ,850 and 90 cent'pants for. :. . . . .6oc

This much for the artificial put of the calamity' but the lives 'aa rlllceJ few men's suits, worth 9.00, 10.00 $6.90 1.00, !i.ioand 1.25 pants. for. .-. :. .. ...;::.900* {

eau riot' be'replaced. The pangs of sorrow brought to homes and relatives J.d 12.00for. .,. ..; . . . .. . .' J 1.50. .25and2.00.pants for. .. . ... .V.. .1.2.5
must ever remain In this earthly world, and no sympathy or pecuniary aid
'' caa eae these blows to heart and mind. Yet they are an Providence las 't.- I .
'f i '
decreed:( upon man to bestow and we tender, both with an sincerity and love -:tdwm : !Iappa\ f Dia 'WALK-OVfR and PACKARD_ Krippendorf ladies shoe, a fine assortment -

d. Bit win.was done; earthly man. ,could. not prevent. It. :' < j J *- -il\ '* h SHOES | in broken sizes nd.wl ths.
mood brand shoes
"' I L "f AValk-Over 3 50 and 4,00 shoes.'Sh0G3. worth 3.00, '4.00' $245.

: WHY WE;''SCOOPM.; of't l pdw5ntiClapp} ; } ? -boo and '7 oo shoes,' Packard and Keith s 3 50, and'g: 4.' and 5.00 for . .o'. .. ..-.

.. : . ( 'gin ? r tl. u hl.l., Viheabsolute-beltshoeon' CK' Tearth Big line of these to ', \ -- ,I
go. .
Metropolis Is proud of the fact! thai: It Is able to give us rea eraA.tOd'Lted \ 12: 95A of. 3.1 ,
i' Abe' Press','dispatches chronicling' the most Important events of the a .few pair to close. PJ.il'J.. .. ,at., . ... .., ,, . :.. .j :and biglin 3.50 shoes 2.50 o r." .:'. .$1) ..95'All < : D

I 'world OB the' day they occur In'ID"Intelligent and ..interesting.manner, Diamond Brand shoes : .
I 5.00 50 or more pair QP l Ir J\ t :._. .
+ ;'The,Associated:Press is*the greatest ws'gatheringagency';; :inx 'the I : pour(choice for. .' .T. '. 3.45. ;aid-3oo shoes for.$1 I :J ;: white shoes at big.reductions :
q world''_ Every}county; every section'elty and village, areeo..re4b": < r. g-- it *t :,-.; _- '-A :; tjt JS..* I v u' : ,:
sponsible. and'efficient representatives under instructions to'spire no labor, I n ... 1 "

1 u or possible.expense;,U getting reliable and accurate news!ur' 'and to "fire"'It. In as SOOP : i MensShirts: ,:: Trunks and'suit. :. Men's ':H I5" I 'l\

P "
The has been'i member of the Associated Press since t ; ; > 'i John
: Metropolis ever ';rricn'S;; shirts Ih'aslpO ,B. Stetson/ andlCnox
lU grit issneaaa'daDy,newspaper'two''7ur.and'-a half ago/in3 Is the only ,, ,:t uuc{ i ti i," cases 5 and 6 dollar hats A OR'
paper published in'Miami Neei.sq'nch .eni e., By'the Associated Frees sorted patterns, most1Y; an'J=:

|t la able,to give the people of.Miami and Cade county and even those'for'np fattens andJ Royal Palm, are -= .4.--' ':' .$20.oo trunks,and'snlt: .cases for'1UI ;, .,. 'r ... .T. .vy'

the coast, tie' important'news events of the::world hours beTore.It'Is'even ; worth 2.00 and 2.50 ''I I 45'' ? 1J 111.00 trunk aria suit case*'tor $1140, ,Young' Bros.: 3.po and 350

mentioned hy other.K1a Dt pipers, or 'can be secured in..those towns from Closing price .;.: > .. ;h( tltoo trunks and salt cases for P.lO felt hats at this sale '

JacbonTwe'j.;. -v < 1.1 Shirts J- : 110.00 trunks and. amt cases for $1.11 for. . .. .. ,1* ,2 85
I-Ik :By thin service the Metropolis has made many distinctive:"scoops" of t f 3lgUneof, Majestic ; 15.00 trunks and nit cases'for $140 --, ( : -
Important:;outa.tde news-too numerous to.mention. the,latest'.being,.theterrlole : L close but 0 15.00 trunks aid suit case*'for t $SJ5 AH straw Mats at. }

,, calamity that befell San Francisco and California by earthquake yesterday : l: ". . ..:. ": .. !. IUOtrunk' and suit cases for $140fScriven 20 per,cent discount
;
momlaf' ':;:Ko. other. !DewtiP.per'ln. ... Miami. had. one. 'line."about--It. until. ,

t f today. .Elastic S n.D.rawers: : ;worth-7Sc .f9!... .60e The famous Dayton Railroad Shoe.W ,at $2.45
s' The Metropolis1 motto is to deal hll1eaU'bi its patrons and give them *vffi 9 s 1 i-5 IT* r.ih'ft

#, 'the news; fecal:telegraphic"on the day it occurs-not events transpiring' Onlrthreeoftheabo\'eto one? -. customer.# *. Railroad Overalls, .\vorth'75cat .." [ -. ",>6Oc
x yesterdsj.'tfiejday.before.'or( ; ; ; 'a week ago' Therein. lies its popularity'in this ., .
city.and" .ejectionThe.* "people 0 ,want tlO the newsand' .they'know.they can get ? ;

It In the Metropoila.'' .'' H. ___ *, I At above: prices :cash and<< cash only goes I Ihe

't :THE NATURAL RESULT.

I' '
i, Relating his experience with shoplifters men andwomen of wealth and
fashion In many eases,'the bead'detective of'a metropolitan department store AnthQny-Rornfh Corn'pany
4i
I says: \ .
"There liDo doubt that astlme* f g.s on there is more and'more stealing

p- done.. If I put my mind to workciLlhBroblem I might find half a Joien
: good reasons for It Just' offhand I should! sayHhat people don't get the training I
,. they used.to; theydon't go' to'church so muchand* the children are' ot :@28-230 TWELFTH STREET : s ,_ .: M'Ard.-' ', FLORIDA'

so carefully taught. Ton see, when a man apd woman .work all the week -
when Sund.,..comes they want recreaUo /and, they take it, and.In consequence -
; the children suffer,'and if you'difn't get started right yon don't get 1-
back to the straight path in after,years." If BOYNTON BRIEFS p doors to the public again Monday evening -
I for the first time in1 several j w. j. Brown
There Is a sermon here. There ire more, churches and schools than .. months. 'Tbe hotel Is under new management ,
Busy Handling and MarketIng
Everybody
} ever before,and there is more reading and in ormatlon; but there is too often ( and we are sure. they will
lacking the sort of teaching and training calculated to form solid lJ'OunJ-! j|| the Crops; ,give splendid service. .
: work that 'uert. a restraining'and d wholesome Influence which time"and'later I Miss S. P. Williams,of Del ray.spent L)

'' lnvlronments.do_ not eaally"d. ltroy.. The acbool;of!few.books and BOf Boynton ton and April no mistake 18-,11,1s a now constant busy Wednesday. T. Harper in town and Mrs.the guest'ot C. Pence.Mrs.Ca
Sanitary
Mi'l these ,well studied and In-'which' obedience and discipline wereitanght and stream 'of wagons keep -going to ana Miss Xelle Rowley, o: Mangonla.-is .: .
rigidly "enforced; the church"In'which'the preacher did not mince. ,words;; from!!cars, hauling crate material to the house guest of Miss Lulu Harper.

'y: the Snndsyschool whlcn lessons weu taught and not forgotten;;;11,the; homein the'-.jacVlng houses and loading toma- P
Mi'I which obedience and industry and economy"were' earnestly enforced, 'in toei. for'shipment 1 north. FOR SUPREME COURT JUSTICES umber

'Whlch\4eatb.wu far more welcome than any deviation from the path "of Jeise Daugharty has just completed
.a screened porch which adds much to .'
; honpesty- and virtue, in which, : the taint of dishonor was regarded as worse i!theilooks 5 of his residence and which Letters received from every county'
than. leprosy these made boys,and girls into men and women without re wilt e solid comfort in the good old I I Iin the State.Indicate that there is absolutely .
no organized 1O19 \Lve. D, Miami
proach., \" surfctcer time. opposition tu ;(
'
Surface polish,smattering thinly'spread, love: of pleasure, or Master Gleen Mnrra made a Business Justices James B. Whltfield and Cbas. _
leisure and fine clothes, the.effort to seep np appearances: to be fashionable, trlp.io Palm Beach Monday, returning B. Parkhlll who are candidates to snv-
to keep pace 1rIth'othera. and what follows.. Policemen, and detectives ana on nls' wheel-alone. This too.qultq ceed themselves as members of the Supreme
little
a courage, as Cleen Is only Southern Marble & Stone Co.
newspaper reporters ean tell'much and anybody can'18*' enough. Ignorance : tea..;ears of age. Court. :
Insolence, Incapacity, unreliability, dishonesty,., unchastlty! Irreverence, Railroad agents at Fort Lauderdale, Their duties and the dignity of their 4 HOGAN STRUT. JACKSONVILLEHeadauart.rafor
I blunted moral precePtlo,, false living, wrong thinking,',mental and physicalweakness Derry! aai Boynton wear extra smiles office prohibit them from making a j
on'fir Jays since the first of the rearItbef personal canvass, therefore the'only I
moral rottenness These are mere outlines. It wouU require work In of .
advocacy their claims has
d 'ay ten dolars a month Increase Building Stone Marble etc.
a,longer article,than this to properly; treat the.subject ,In fi4la17. been done by txirnest and sincere ,
J. 1 I. t&renzo A. Wilson, of the Wilson riends throughout the State. MOSAIC [
TILE.iwORK,
The spelling reform, is not iliely to make much headway In I Jorjah, i ffoomcr Fertilizer Co., of Jackson These' gentlemen have been energetic AND
ville'' in faithful and etftcle tt. The Supreme
was town Saturday
: Road Illand,or Mlzoory.Possibly greeting I FOR FLOORS. BATH ROOMS MANTElls. ETC.
Court as at present constituted. Is
rip .Is and transacting business I I I '
I
.. ,. t g. \V. H. Cox has .returned from {I I closer a? with! its work than ever in Monuments General Cemetery. Work etc.
Senator Depew, likewise tpuld make a few changes If.be could nl. where she has been taking: he history of that tribunal, and Jas. I I rl
live his.life over again 1'I meat the past month. i Whltfleld and Charles B. Parknill WIII'K Work Unexcelled Facilities Loa re.cinr.1 Prompt Scrrlc.. Ii
: lichary Taylor :Merritt of Buena I Ii [f fj are doing their share of the worK. -
1.< Let nobody bea stonished at seeing a T oroua..artlc1a In.defense- of the !i VI|# v. was la town Thursday, wiu that The friends of these two young Floridians -,,' :
| p4 cal: handshake which: says: "I '|' ask the Democratic electors I ot j
Senate bj the Hon. Ben. TiUman In one of th magaiines R BROTHERS
TTY
e before
long. j !
: tha State
to give
.-. tbJl tte charmed and delighted to I j j them their hearty [
]
I jdrfw the I support and make their
salary and increase it anyxd ,, vote unan- .
". Justice ,Harlan contends"thatIt; ,is, possible'for a man to remain on the 4 .w t>possible If you will only elect IDO!!$. '
Supreme'bench end'still"take an Interest In religious affairs. j u :Jerk of circuit court."' I j I ,
',,. : tJ1:.'> showers! of tOe past few daysthiiA'becn I A Lucky Postmistress: I L i Machine Sipop"A
f of great benefit to all the -
Oh yes the Hon. Steve Elkins a friend of the rate regulation bill! '"Art i I
3 j gJi1-'ers. !sIu.: .Alexander! of ,
Cary
thou In health my brother affectionately asked Joab :Me. who i
: Amass, under the.fifth rib. Just. before- he stabbed I)"app1 C5. Hardee. Boynton's king ofj I jhaa fund Dr. };lag's New Life Pills ents for the New Era Gas Engines. / asolene
: .. p 6 grower will have
one of ; to. be the best
remedy he
*
ever tried
this finest crops of fruit ever placed j: for keeping the stomach liver and j F ana:3 kerosene engine repairing a SPECIALTY
Thus,tar, ao man who has made an "unauthorized"" nse of quotation oJi ibe market Hardee Bros. also j bowels f \
perfect
order.
marks In 'giving'the;! .rtewI'of the Prealdenthat committed" the'blunder, hive extensive fields here and at Jen- 1 i wi'b her if you try these painless Youll agree purl-i i i ii General Repair WoI I k
the second time. : '. r : I Ii seale 1 j 1 us! that Infuse new life. Guaranteed I i

':> ; !, Ble Freedlnnj Hotel opened Its]Jby aU: druggists. Price 25c. ,,,:50S S VEN'TH STREET. / MIAMI. FLORIDA


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THE DAILY MIAMI> MKTR LI..THURSDAY. APRIL 19. 1908
PASt THRU

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:For Tax CollectorTo
the :Voters of Dado County:
,. I hereby myself u candidate :.
announce % ] ,
\
1
A- Political
e () tor renomination to the office
'IleproFessiogsL of County Tax Collector subject tothe .1i
action of the DemocraUe Primary Tdrrnent '
AnnouncementsA to be hei4 May 18. 1906. .
i'P Ill T. !/. Gantlet 1 i j


P seder tbU ImdlatfwUl : |FOR| District COMMISSIONER No. ITo \ "

Qatter.oTL do Eratrsa.ilATTORNEYS be Uterud until after the Democratic the|:Democratic Voters of DadeCounts H i
Pri..a"Ia the Dada Metropolu : "
AT LAW. for$10.00: Weekly Metropoli fuse, ; 4/// S1tith : : .
.. ori. both 'h. Dally and Weekly M.- I take.ftals method of announcing ." : > 1
Wm.eaoHelaaQooarM.MeMSB4PMkieIasoian. tnrooll lor$10.00. my candidacy for the office of county ; ,, -
4111W meef t.rntalataw .tIMIbI Po.ldv.tJiioaao.scerestwlu commissioner from District No. g. subject I
tea. limas bl.,erud ..- accoBpaawd by.tlucutu to :pe action of the DemocraUeprtmary
MIa.I. no.K.B.SKTXOUR. On account of being
I In Vegetable growing It will be engaged Impossible /Neither: comfort nor the conventions demand waistcoat :

: E. r. ATECCSOX J for me to make a personal
Seymour & Atkinson For' Representative can ass of the county my crop demanding ,/ with a suit for summer se vice. It has simply no fu "ctions.
I hereby: aanounee ,my candidacy ?my attention Just at this 1
Attorneys andCounselors"At for the position of Bepresentatlro time. This being the case I earnestly .
: Dade County. To you I rebuilt ali'.my We hare trouse4 :
rom urge friends to Jo what they lines of coat and :t
,.. Law.cUlattMtlo the question of my qasHflratUins can In my behalf. R. L. Wa1LFORcOUNTY /' I
r d.npnctk.I*aU cart. to represent yon la that capacity. U te suite in single and double breastedmodels
ataw"'ederat nominated at the Democratic primary 8OMMIIiIONKft. ,1 .J
Roomi 5, 6,1. rilieU BIde..,Miami and elected at the general election'I |? 8th 'District / of extremely light weight fabrics

nan,dorou my beat cfforta to year Mr. Kirk Munroeof Cocoanut,Om., such aa Tropical worsteds serg
serrlce and the welfare and up-bttlld- baying |been unanimously nominated .. '
.tt
a. A. Worleylstiorney Inc of Dad county shall recelre-myarnest for county commissioner by a mass es, wool crash homespun and chub 1

consideration. meeting'iof citizens wo hereby announce .
In distinctive
patterns and color*
at 1 LawFJ10fc Respectfully. his candidacy subject to tM J
Watson..
J. W. action of DemocntUc Mr.Monroe'has There
;the primary. la not an ounce of superman
Twelfth St.. Miami t., Florida been a resident of Dade .Ij
For Representative county|tor 'more than twenty yean cloth In either coat or treason:' i

To the People of Dado County: durtngijrhlch Urns he has shown aa ,
:Geo. Robbins ;. .
M. At the request of friends; and with unflagging seal In the cause of good :

Tltuavfll."PIa: a"desire to sere you In the State Legislature roads SJJd hu/steadfastly promoted Don't Swelter J
Attorney, and: CounselorAt ,.I. announce myself a. candidate every Worthy/interest: of our great .
.".. for this office subject to the Democratic county.sfj Therefore we ask for hint S '
Law primary to be held la May.I the beady,upport of all good dtisena
wm,nctIcefaali Cart. Stab. **t ".... respectfully solicit the support ct at the doming primary. : J

J the people' of.Dade county, and if (Signed) W.' J. Shone .
elected I win faithfully and Impartial 'ill B. S. Potter. .
'HudsonBoggs'' ly diicbsrge- the Jntle of the office, f|; Geo. Richardson i Another DayGet r j
and will do all In my power for your H Committee. _
Attorney at-Law best Interest and welfare. ,I trust to
; hare the pleasure of meeting.tho rot- FPR/COUNTY COMMISSIONER
i 1' wu1e". Building, Miami,:'Florida en at an early date .and ,dlacuat.,an &? Second District \ J

public questions and define fully/my To the{yoters of Dade County: full seasons wear oat of your .
position In reference dieters '/' ,., I hereby announce myself as a candidate
a P. T. STA&GS. H IX, 1 recognize the fact that a public for nomination to the office of : summer clothes. JPVre underwea : --- .., :I

il >OOta. .tta Bed Ones........,.. office la a, public .trwt'andyihuld countyeommiuloneri District No..2, ,$6.00 $7.00. '" ., ., br. 'the'.;01Ulce. ; breezy, ,negligeo ,
a the the Democratic \= ;:;
you hoBonme with your rote, I'win subjectfb action of '''' -'' --- '
4 IHdes e, .4th awe tool '
confidence'and Primary Election to be held May hosiery neckwear and
i
seat Ao". ., highly,appreciate your -3-- !
,108. Geo. B. Baker.' '
) YfAWI, ;% FLORIDA.QZ. win be'loyal TOUT InterestReepectfuny.. 15th. We're everything In apparel ,. :

$8.50$13.50 .
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FOR
.r'I' r' .\ .O./A; Worm COUNTY COMMISSIONER Ire to a man'ahot weather ;
.7. H. JICEWH, n., m District No. 4 1
"' For pent of the Circuit Court; 'The mends ofA. Leo Allen desire AND A.LLi1f AT RIGHT PRICKS .

I omci the Democratic Voters 'of Dado to place i his.name before the voters \ :; } i
To /
t dorau. BISCAYK'BLOCK,Arc.D. ;. of Dade.County for the office of County ? V
ii County: .. / ,
r 11ItkvL' .' FLORIDA. .. ddIlhereby'praeat ? Commissioner subject to the action ;
myuam.'totbe a t
.. Totes la the coming DemocraUe:primary of .Democratic: primary'. :.election. 'R. i ; dd ;
as ceaitMste Aw.clerk 'of..the. to be held May la. UOt, I W s"j

DJ \W. B.RUSH.Offleo circuit.. court resided far Dade Dee county..Baring for twenty-are. FOH? 3 COUNTY r COMMISSIONER- 1 1 1Chase

m-litii" street, Tfcoae".. yean 1 larlte Inquiry and taretUfaytloa :,.;|f| DletrletNe.4 ;.
i ..........Th tsIk 8t.t''r -' of those who do not bow a* personally .TIle Weads of J. J. Holly snaoaq 'iI' ,
I .::4u.I. as to my reputation aa a etttoon hint candidate: for CountyrCoav. -]
.. J'LA. ,my re. ord aa aa official la pierscompieci mlssloaer ta District No. 1. subject Clothier and Men's Furnisher f : :
i iI.
the
a fitness an* to the;*' ction.of Democratic- Primary.
tortU.oaa to which I aiptre 1" ,00. ._, .a "

I jMM ttM,_ D., ous t U treatment elected I promise to Bray fair cUba and court at the* ,'FOR'' .jf COUNTY COMMISSIONER J. .1't_ _forget. the Number* 322 Twefhh (Street. Mam L.Eioci4a { ;

.it: I Second District
.OfflootBooeas. Saad 4, hands of every person connected with '
JrlaeellBaUdina the. omen .> rrieaia of Winiaa'Helnv auOaue
1.. tho support of every rotor his candidacy for county commissioner I..
if _OUIJO: ... tou.. StoSp.Bendeace .. Soliciting
from the.Second district subject to the
lit J.......,U' who considers I aa n me eeth1l7.competent.. -and-. capable action'elf the Democratic primaries.Mr. .': I s

.*r; Enceno: B.'Dlmlck. |ielm la"a 'successful'businessman 1
4T FRED BUTTEB, West Palm Beach Fla/\ / ,. enthusiastic, for good roads a p- .
1 r- first-dais.drU engineer, and' well r4I
'f" x ht'91 hase&Harn9Y-i
1 Qtmtrml Contractor, : For- CJerk'dtb&Ciroiit5C.wtBell.vlsr equipped to fin the office.: fi Co. ;
>
t I
Gridlnc.Blaatlnc.' : that.my.'semcea for the 1 I I : 7 i __ 0 i
'- as Chief Deputy la the FOR;COUNTY COMMISSIONER, r
i past fire years
I Welle DrUled. $SMowalk office of the dork of the Circuit Court .P' FIrst District SUCCESSORS TO' I
,
me-for the position. I herewith I respectfully announce myself u .
Qualifies
Il; respectfully: announce my.andl- a.cu41date.fgr th.. omee of county CHASE .A BARNEY, Inc. Fir" ,
W. bBMaynard commUsloner for the First >District
: dacy for,Clerk of the Circuit Court FRUITlAND ,
subject to the action of the Democratic .'
: the Democratic
subject tothe approral o
ORADUAnoPTICIAN, primary .. .. primary of May 1LHarry; VEGETABLE Accident and

With Maynard; Son. Jewelers. ; .- ,L 0. llttJ." Jupl E,:Fla.FORiCOUNTY..- DuBoia. PACKERS .
A. M f1 K xt.to Past OacsGEO. Toriiadd
For County:'Clerk COMMISSIONER Cash Dealers In '?

: ;L. 'MCDONALD To the Democrats" of,Dade County: -J! Second District _
I'take this method of'..announcingmy To thef DemocraUe e Voters ,;of Dade Crate Ids ranee
b&I1eir i 'candidacy the office: ot"County .County J:
Iuftiaq $abdtulag. LuU a .aaJtJ Clerk, subject;to the ,action of the I hereby announce myself as a can Material
COCOA3TUT OBOYX. FLA. Democratic primary and will?appreciate dlJtteffor; the office of County Com- FID '
LITY BONDS
R ,, any support that "my i friends mWhdper.from, A the' Second District -

can gyre;me. Respectfully.' of Dado county subject to the. will ul .
wALTEP" C. DxAHMOeroniteot ff-f .e' } Z.'T.. Merrttt-. of the:Democratic roten as expressedat Euttd rDock. OLDEST .
.. the;coming primaries. ILffil Blier AGENCY MIAMI ...

: For, County: Cleric.K '.; !;|| Paul C. Jones. .
With fun appreciation. of the'hlffa Wes Palm Beach Fla. I
honors asked for and promising faithful ,
1210 Are. C Miami. Fa. performance of dutte If elected. I rOR- COUNTY:: COMMISSIONERFifth jest to the action of the DemocratIc awarded, I addition to the usual prize t'
.
Primary election to be held May ribbons. Several valuable will
hare tie honor.to aanounce myself a a District cups ;
The rush B our ind wkOe yw taws .
candldate-for e' office of Clerk of the I hereby announce my candidacy tot 15th 1906.SAMU13L.ROUNDTREE. be comp eel for In special clasest
'i i Chapman House Circuit Court of Dade County and ask renominaUon(# to the omce'of County :. One raluatjle cup goes to the dog that the time, drop in and tabs took.at .

for your rote la the primary of,May Commissioner, subject to the actionof came fro the greatest distance, to '.
P. W. CHAPMAN. '
Prop."KatOT FOR CONSTABLETenth to be ezh bited in "
R.M far Ice).> Sfwdat *r tile fe6aiiieamaMB IIq&.T ,j. r. Jando..:, the J Democratic primary and solicit the show.The our fin* line of -- Donl !toe- '
DistrictI exhibit of hounds
ox setters Boa-
WtMce UonaM a...... L.. the support of my Democratic and
F wed r? mite seat friends' the place.
OoaM C.aaLa. .t>. pi.MMW for Comity.Clerk dldate for the office of Constable lathe among the animals exhibited are some :

,a.- U4 wtatw*.taiUff nrfeu aa4.el Oewa Saatkwmhutla bat, "' take. ttl. method of.announcing .f:1I E. 0. TweedeU.It Tenth Justice DI.trlct.of Dade of the finest specimen sin the country. "
D.Irayrlortd. myself as a canJldate (or the oliceof'C1erk'of county subject to the Democratic primary JOHN SELL IRO
i Court for Dade Cantya COUNTY,COMMISSIONER and ask the support of all my I li the Moon Inhabited ,
subject to the action of the Democratic J% District No. I -' friends. HeaJqoarten foiS3 mart TaOocttsiBlaeaya
A.W. Graham primary., F.fW Haaa. To th.!Voters of Dad. County: John Respectfully.V. DeBerry. Science [has proven that the moon i ,
I hereby announce myself aa a candidate has an which makes life < Twelfth atr.tt, BloekMerritt ::
Contractor and Builder For County Treasurer. >:for renomlnation to the office FOR CONSTABLETenth In some atffPhere. on that satellite '
I
SatisfactlimG To the .Voters of Dade County: of County Commissioner la,;District DistrictI but not beings, who hare a
I '. _1 hereby announce.myself aa a"caadUate No. S. subject to the action of the hard enough time on this earth of ours 1
*ntiteed; for renomlnatioa to the ones DemocraUe election to be hereby announce myself as a especially [those who dont know that i Kolb
primary
J.-_....... tot ad a.s you osp. the didate for the office of can-I I Electric Bitters care headache biliousness -I f& \
to
subject held Hay
___ tusl.b.d. ant pe.tala.d I of uountyTreasnnr. ;: 15th. IMS.IS the Tenth Justice District of .I '
.n caU.d_,... P.0.ta>*X1aaU1& action of the DemocraUe Primary TA.-. -.. Wbl.ft.J4., county subject to the will of the Democratic malaria, chills andferer. Jaundice .ys
election to be held May iSth.' IK*. the'comln .tYlptpsla. dizziness, torpldlver,
-:.- voters at primary kidney co iplalnta eneral debility andfemale -
C. R. Raalerson. FOR
TAX ASSESSORTo
election.. W. H. Morris. ".
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F Expert Typewriter >Miami nv the ,Democratic Voters of Dade weaknesses. Unequaled a REAL'' ESTATE
% County: FOR MEMBER COUNTY general tonic and appetizer for weak .
Repairing For County :Treasurer I will be a candidate for re-aomlna- BOARD OF EDUCATIONTo persons a4d especially for the aged..It AROAINS -'.
ton at the coming Democratic priuutry the People of Dade County: Induces sound sleep. Fully guaranteedby MIAMI FLORIDA "
To the Voters of Dade County
_., _rV.. C .PRESTON., Hiring been ISeatlZedwith, Dade for the, office of Tax Assessor and respectfully Urgent request for use of my name i all druggists. Price only 5Oc.I .
county since 1895; hartcg done thevery solicit your. support. I at the coming Democratic Primaryas I .
,J04 9th St P. O. Box 311 I front
; Geo. O. Butler. I i For Mem rial Day
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; g r candidate for membership in the
best I knew how as an Indirld- A fins S acre In Coeoamil ,:,
nil citizen to make It a proeprons county board of public Instruction : At the ailed meeting on last Tuesday ,
Emil A. "Ehmann county; baring lived at bofi' Rob W If FOR Tenth CONSTABLE District finds me not well equipped either as after qon of the Daughters of the Grove, good heuee.. well set In bearing

i of the county and baring filled a I l announce myself candidate partisan or as'office-seeker. But it is i Confedera -y a large number were present trees riparian rights. A bargain. _
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public office so that the people nw bffeby t< r the office of constable In the true that I have bad some experience j|i and I : was decided that It woulabe 3 Lots on 14th between Avenues
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Architect know whether I do so conscientious: Tent&:Justice District subject to the as an educator; and if, as such the a mice ake to take no part in the C and D. tit
I offer candidate people want my service in the modest Memorial Day exercises. It was there-
ly. now myself as a
Democratic ..
Primary be held May Lot on 8th stye Avenues
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West ,Palm Beach Florida for the office of County Treasurer 15thJi906. but important office indicated I know: ore reso red that as unforeseen clr-
subject to the Democratic primary. 'of no sufficient reason lor refusingthis cumstancexpected s have arisen to prevent the C and B, I years tonne
Pierre S. Titus.
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I need every Tote that I can get and service. I.to not feel the lure rogram that the Daughters House on 10th street be.
Merritt & Kolb [I trust that my friends whether In "the I' FOR CONSTABLE of office and I can not contend for will meet at the Fair building at two I tween .1soo..j nd' bay, $2750. Let .
city or country will not forget me Tenth DistrictI i omre; but I stand ready to respond'''o'clock' o the afternoon of the :ICthxercises us show

Real Estate_ Rentals ,etc. on the day of the primary In retun. hereby announce myself as a candidate to any reasonable request to serve i'I I and hold consisting oft an ad.dress 1 10 acre nt. $3000 cheapest '
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The rest is up to m sic presentation ofcrocsco .
for which I promise If elected to i
Catotes Maowged for the office of Constable in rOU.W.
south of Lemon City. ,
perform the duties of the office wlUas W. Fans. ,of honor the veterans of Camp TIge
District of Dade county subject '
Are. C, near 12th St. Miami. Fla much courtesy Tenth Miami Fla.. April 11. 1 Anderson and then proceed to the 25 acres hammock and truck land
accuracy :fo Democratic primary and .. ,
promptness a< I gave to my prlrr.u ask die; support or.aU my friends.Respectfully / -- -- -- i cemetery o decorate the graves of the 130 grapefruit trees, finest In south
DR. E. M. LAW business, Gee. O. Currle. Jaj NEW BEDFORD DOG SHOW i soldiers iI ho sleep there. All friends ., 11 year oljt. 200 young trees, "
; W. J. Wilson. Fall River Mass., April 19- The interest!I are invited to attend and good house and beautiful grounds on
For :Tax Collector. }j annual dog show of the New Bedford I i are rcqu< sted to bring flowers to the county rock roa4 &S500. You should
DENTISTOffice I hereby announce myself as a can jjJ FOR CONSTABLE Kennel Club opens at the City JIaiI Fair bull, ing or send them to the re Sl- use the views at tour[ office
ewer Scwell'e Shoe Store dlJate for the office of tax eoHectoi !ij Tenth District i today with an unusually large number dence of Mrs C. D. Letter on theBonlevar 35 acne on Lemon: City road' 10
of Dade county subject to the actiotof I fake this method of announcing of entries of fine dogs of nearly' every The procession to the acne cleared. House and 200 tress
Artlotto Work Executed TtrorouPJ the Democratic primary. myself a candidate for the office of prominent bred. For the best dog la cemetery] will'form at the Fair build Good views of tye ,bay, for a short
each class a bronze medal will b* ing. time only, S40001 -
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PACE FOUR ?THE DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS .THURSDAY. APRIL 11, IMC ,
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I'; Souvenir Post Cards LARGEST LINE OP SOUVENIR SPOONS Watches land JewelryREPAIRING. '{


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20 cents a dozen BALER'S a JEWELRY STORE. .,

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Report of the Condition of 1 1Are


<' The First National Bank [( Town Topics J J JCouncil WELLS prepared& GRAVES to execute .

l at Miami, in the State el Florida orders in their I i
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at the dose of bnuneu,April fc.1<*b L.

i. ;- ., RESOURCES ___ _. u" .
,: Loans a.ddiecooats....__._ u..__._.__u__CSi.113633 '.., .u --- --- Millinery Depart t
: .. 0"rerdralt..o-*caredandV. aotecsrcd.--.___ ;3,65 Meets Tonight Delray' First Solid CarW. ,
j .S. toads. to.ecure etrcnlatioa--..____.____._ Snro000Prnnism. 3000.00I j f}The city council meets in regular S. DewBon local representative
I. Jf BoBd..ecariiie on U....S.ete.1Ioa4a--__---.--. --..--..--.- 3.Th&70 t- monthly session tonight att he for Smith & Repp, commission merchants Designer of the latest Spring : bat.. :
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ii" &.kma "...,f.nnnn and eatarcs.. ...._ x,00000D..from dty; hall. All members are requested of Philadelphia, chipped the in silk dark straw and light '
Natio.alBank.not( reteryeaernt....... ._.. ZJ..10 first solid car of tomatoes weight materials. .
present. consign
Baakerm.Pne 11:34 11t on
f D e Innn State Baak and --
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t 11'' firm approred reerre a.,rot-_ Te.Q 244 FJroaal.r I ment yesterday from Delray, to his '
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f 'I: Cbrelr..4 other ca b Steirft. ? 3:1,1I71I: 11iotnof
.. <'+beratio.al &.<._...._..--..._... 1111100 wants to list your property house in Philadelphia. The car con-
? Lawful Fractmaal money paper reMi-re nrrcecy..icklea in Bank__and__ceati__--.._.__ 3300000:u&oo. .. I i5 ,tamed matoes.six hundred crates of fine to- .adiesTailoring Department r

i I t ,:.k.demptlonused of orcalauoa with_U 8.__Treaarerlfi..._,-_...per.. cent-- :!..Ci\.oo a ;Weather Bound i! __ '
Totat---._ _____ -..-.---$.J4fIII'<144t |The inclement weather that has predZue.t Crashed rock for sale. Apply corner For,fctreet, carriage and evening coitnmts, !.
51 for the pact two days has kept
I waists tailor gowns and ;
: LIABILITIES Avenue B and Tth street
l ibp: houseboat Vagabondla, ready to coats
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ia I E oro.fO art for Jacksonville weather bounJ
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C"apiut.1t paid 232 Twelfth
t _____._..._._ BROS8IER means gale inwsTfiwnt Street. Miami i
Sa",'..ta.d..u.: 7000 CO -,. ll te. She will not j I .
I'," /$- CndtTidrd profit,kts.eapeese. and UarA paid..._ ...,... get away nn.tllthe|I ,
-. Kationa1Ba.k Xoteeoat.umdiiir; ... "._'_''-_'_ 50.000.00 -. < dltictas are more favorable.
i I r4.to State Bank and Banker.- 4 T44.rlIndtyknatdef.wtssobjecttatbetk ..: Martini Shooting Gallery has a nice
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J" : 1r33t 05 = Ilnrthlng this week for the
prize highest
scorea
,- ; .. you want done sidewalks,
i $1< Certiaedchecks.Demand Ccmacatca. ..ef*...depont...__.-i--...'..._ n.-f11.11...113 (peerage, landscape gardening, roads mand lln. Hhere is your chance I ; .
F -<'t Ca.hierschicks oautandinr- II<4li5 'JIWHl.ftS built lands cleaned. See Frtd Rutter, bays, to have more music at home. 1
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Miami.
t, Stan of Florida County of Dade.: .._ i". I Fresh venison In stock dally at the I
I\ L Edward C.Romfb. Ca.hitr; of the above bank. :
: -!:' r < ,; .t; of mj kjwwltdre and IxUaf. ttbe Miami Furniture'Company's storage -I D.
;, a;; > :... :;: ; r' EDWARD. C. ROMFH':Cashier 317 and 319 Twelfths street.

t' r. '_ -.H.Comet sriTIEK attest:DirectoR H.SHAKAHAN.EDWIN A.WADDEIX Oratorical 5 Medal Contest I Miami Transfer Company offer for
t. |! :The oratorical contest for the gold sale CO road saddle, coach b7.traftand len's Suits at 34th their Real Value
; a .BTSabKnbed aid sworn to before tae Itbla lOOi day of farm horses. Harness, carriage.
dal Hon. J.
m offered by W. Watson
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; / Aprd.!-.'.*- .rredenckH.Kaad.Jr' BolaryPablie. I td the pupils of the Miami pablle new and second handed at bargain .
,; % '4:". YrcemmlriosaKpitestiept.lt2dJ- ,. school, will be held on the night of the Before shipping horse for the nnv '
mer. we win offer for sale a* fin* a
tad at the schol auditorium.
There
.'; will be eight or'ten contestants and line of hone U ever cam to the You may safely figure on saving .:
of
1/I "" the discussions promise to be decided- State Florida at reasonable proees. I '

.: '" jr; Interesting.will furnish The music Biscayne during the orchestra Hanley' Apply, General at!table Manager or write, Miami to,J.m.)L. at l least one-fourth ,on J( the following 1

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R" it. For Rent=Out of town residence at specials for' .this week: ;
Cutler; 8 rooms and bath. Bay :rront
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;j J'< J.. ftROMIER me** cat ntvMMMt.tjlisamboat large grounds,' low rent. Apply to
:. Wm. Fnzzard, 335 12th street Cassimere suit ,Jon- Finest Blue ...
I Light
74 ROr'irx { Inspector Hsrt.F.'Captains ., ; Serge, Suits, 1&-
: ; ble breasted mOo C7 A/I tin lined,
ODg
'1 .it... z .......\'. .r-..' v."" .;, ..<. 1' Bpeecer! government W. A,, Bhaw.'aad Inspector; C."A'of, BROMIIM.-- .--IMM-. RIAL ESTATE- del at....'.. ....,V* .W sack at.. ..:...;$13.00 +
1 i. D'" ,. '. -t !team hulls and boflers-of -
.:J. this district Light Cassimere suits, sin-
" 't g -.. '" 'c" I 1-," lJi7\1]: ;'J d I with headquarters ..' Jacksonville' FIRST CLASS fie, breasted moC7 A/l Grey Flannel, baits'dell $9 00:
..I; : -, 1 J..VI11 .- / t: pitte down this morning IJilpeet"Tera1 at....:........ I .VU h 1fliDedat....... ... .
of the '
steamers the
of F1 E.
,. .,' 't.J 1 C Ry extension work which lure Table Board and Room BLUE SERGE Suit, single Unlined Wo t.tei: ,
) ; : ,.J_ ; ,. bien, undergoing repair here ,and t breasted models, CC AA unit .' "....$5'00"
+ Carrie a* many passenger:diinbi mare hill:-goe*juet'S.' tnfcde serrlcesble.- They will : at vBlack .,.$U.UV ; ... ,
fast; uses less gasoline and tire; is safer and more: easily Ably be la the city sereral.day* prob-I'S a atJ'- ?
( contTQlled; jn,t a* Inxnrion.and comfortable and t 4 "ble H*price: : i: 5: Send.for the REOT, > thaUells-wijr, J ,dty property. Box 71, city. at...... ..........$9.00 *-* _
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Coatis
t. ; Linen and to
.Y'itneJam Vests
1 --. ,1"7Miami" : Skating Sink is now:nn- MRS. .I[., .C. BECK Blue Flannel Suit CIA AAin close then ontfffz" t
1, ....sffiissssassmssfflI ... ---- ,-.:'- ... '" .:. ,,!ern::new management.*',and. ..win' giveAlw all styles at.,.$.1 U_ Uv ; v'-j1/1*-;.. 1.50' .'-
attractions ,
week
every snca at
;' Automobile:-- V giovingd picture, etc.*. 12th i Sreet, Facing Royal Palm 'J. -
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13th Street" ,'near Postolrtcei': #t': morrow's Rummage Sale. '
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l, I :,,I' j ,;:'rhe rummage sale to be held by thedies' EXPERT PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 'Mitimi-Clotl1ing CoJ306
- ] will commence tomorrow atfi&on
; and continue until Monday night. BEST REFERENCES 1! ( Avenue D Miami FloridaHELD
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<<;team, cake, sandwiches and coffee FRED. E.. RANKIN ; "
till be on .ale. This sale will hare BOX 572 JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
> l 6 e ul articles wearing apparel eac., j
I Great Reduction t tleh can be bought,,for a song.
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\ NOTICE I If
: Au the.dry goods, clothing aDd j'Ifiiwelry EXAMPLE
? la GenJ Summer Cle thing- ; Shoes stores win on May 1, begin,: AND GUNSMITH i .
losing at 6 o'clock p. m., daily exJpt -, almost any { rriB* M wageii everSubmitted
Saturdays, until the first of Expert RepairingAvenue to our 'attention will how "'

f 'and Ladies Skirts+ GOING. ,:AT COST.. I i!)rember..( Miami. Merchant 'No-J between 2th and 13th St. our skill I In|.'-rtpalring. Me. matter "a

how much out of order your vehicle

-may be we| may ... able to pot It ,
: r': LCity Loan Office; Opp;: P,' O.I i ; Into commission once mere Cell A'
".- Butter at 28c Per Pound training In Comparison te eavltif to.

t. new purch....
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.f-, .I 423 Eleventh!Street MIaMI. Pie ,3I

ff".f>., 1 r 10: per cent off

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.: ,. Phone your order and pay upon delivery Company t

'". \ f if not convenient to call at our store :
I 220 12th street Phone No. 157 and, 1121 Arenne D, Phone 110 "

Garage and Stabl-s 11th street near: Are! E; Phone,No. 100,

: TONIGHT I IMagnolia II Horses Carriages( and


Automobiles /,
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; (E Grocery Company _
$2.50 $2.50. i for hire bj the hour. day. week'or"month] Automobile storage

: E ,Telephone.. Comer dtenve D and 4th Street. repair. and supplies. Agent for the(famous FORD automobiles.
/. Freight unloaded and delirereoU Special facilities
r- J for moving heavy freight. Omnibus meets every train. Baggage ;
and and transferred., ALL order receive PjO }Attention.
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Wedded| and Parted1'Thursday 1 -I.- .. :

:r $3.00 X3:00- I

19thAuditorium E FOR FIRST
April -
: ASS Horse Shoelii -
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g II AND DISEASED HOOFS (SEE I
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C/. Besides this 'patent Gibbon te: we have trodU of soft F. LaFontisee 708 7th Std

;, black.kid and gum metal l. i in variety of shapes,and designs. Curtain wil -rise ,at 8:15 I sharp. Tickets on sale at tlie: Red _

: They are here in:all shapes and Matters at |:150 and 3.00 [I Cross and Biscane: PharmaciesAdmission j jf I I _

i, I f 35 and 50 cts.'Dade: Co. Title Insurancev j.


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, ; ,.' U 1-i ;' OF MIAMI. FLORIDA INCORPORATED
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j'',:'. fi i.e ?' Meyers & Robinson i Pa d Up Capital 75000. urplus.I12'.OOO :

f,. .fIt Injures land titles, prepares abstracts titles,loans and
:,' contracting Electricians1019Ave. I invests money on its own account and lot others. Act as]
,, agent! attcrney-in-fact, trustee se, executor, receiver .
.",, ; I or guardian. Address allassign c coiflmnnications: at
D Miami i
Florida
"t 'L ": LPatrson. || Sect andiTreas. Miami, ftorida

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. ..lAMliDAILY METROPOLIS s, *EDt Mi. r, APRIL 18; 19M .THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 190 I'AQE FIVE
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?t It is the Quality and It Is th quality and i ,

' House :
For
> he Prlcethat, make Everything' The the pre< e that make

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:5'M ts, Rugs Mattings sits .

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Office'Phone- [ '38 v;' I1. 'M... KINfi, Phon.e8 \ t, .


&; stDAY Any Undertaker. and":Embalmer w. F.. MILLERTHE

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If 1300.VENUE fy t \ UNDERTAKER

RESIDENCE 219.7th STnE1' HONE 25 \ 4 8 12 SeRE ,M ;

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', ; Is apt to be one cn which .asf. e1 .]Us Ethel,Rogers leaves, tomorrowfor ,\ .


t; L* ,lieu. will have: ", to purchase.... .. {J. v If ,Merxonnl- > lJew.ottJ- ; ) .'Fine a summer's tenement visit on. 12th to New street'.Y \and.!-"PIDP; I t tp


-- 1 1I the 'Boulevard, partly furnished at .
:... i '": *- It a visitor In Miami today. i or VanllllU?; Satisfaction guaranteedor 109 Twelfth street. VALUa'IN'IIGHT- I
your tilonejr back.. Is everykeoya name flIP .'
W. C T.1 requesC to Squabs 35 cents each at the MiamiMarket aim. ..
';' The. soft drink. All ether n>ske when our stock-la Fats et
'WEDDINGGIFT I meet tomorrow at the' Baptist church : Mr. J. fe Chambers, cashier In the "Popbut ihey Slit all make Norm Marlines S eeat attar to tfcs
3:30 'I office of'tee) electric light and waterworks "
I at p. m. : ;
biKhet! priced, $0044 ba w mere
> I beijik returned from Defray.this Mrs. William J. Gautler has returned '
Summer rates at 'the JtnUierford I Corning ere be went the first part to her home in Miamlafter a pleas I there' a bigger moneys worta GIla
I ant visit with relatives "Cascade"GingerAle .can be J0oadaay where la the. eq S
"' Boarding House, 223,.Ninth street of the w&k.| here.Tropi
,; yAVmbreltaa r- i cal Sun. (UNO
-' For SaleCbnp., two desks an'done repaired and recorered. 'i t I IMPORTED-I ; '1DOMESTICCISAR
Leave at J.acket Store. Brossler want te Jlet '
t safe., Miami Market'The" your property $ 9

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} play "Wedded and Parted- win Miss Attflie Leelghtbody o: Jackson.' The' Report Untrue singly, by tie bas or'*y die tltottaa/ r
: be presented at the auditorium tonight stile Flfi! spend yesterday'-In the Mrs. Margaret Arnold Groom states i \ ot superior enallty aad tedltloa JIIIIiI& err ,.
s We'll.be. ready .for' you when Tire photographs of the characters city. Sheoes to Key West to install that the report which had gone out I at small prleacl, An car ..... ,
the day, comes with the right the cast are lID exhibition at the' Etc the Bell Telephone System and later that Mr.: H. M. Flagler had given the We are tue ......". Setlfee .,. kept eo Oat BOBS.. oC.deft a.
itf cayne Pharmacy. '? expects, tft spend a-mono In WamL Christian Church'of: Miami a lot up- of "Cascade" In this temtary.There rasa t* last. : ,. 'ly
Goods at the RIGHT,PRICES t y on which to erect an edifice. Is on- area let ef glstfert ale* > I>
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Picture frames made.to orJer. Tie For Reps i't Four room tnrnlsheJ true. Mrs. Groom says that she wentto but MM te compare '" l
Racket Store. ''. dt cottage on;20th street 118.' Apply to St Augustine last week by request -CatC' .sere y.. ill .
,. ,. .- .. p1r I Dora m of the members of the Christian "Cascade"Malt as .a1s1Ib1N. --y .. ..
-. vrMAYNARD Lendii-left yesterday' r church to uk Mr.. Flagler to give thema I :
p} :.V and Mrs. Mr. J. |tH. Hlnckley. of Danla. IS a I lot for a church: building and that 1"
> for their home at Reading Pa.' They erd.re
visitor to;Miami today. Mr. HlnckleyfreqnenUJf I he has taken the matter under advisement gedsl atlsMIett .1
) own a fine winter.home on Ufa streetnear $
hare comes to the,Marie City] and the church: hopes for a favorable \IJAYE .
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Avenue and spent many '
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& SONIEwEL1RRB ana Is ,an enthusiastic adTOcateot'Dade decision. Mr. Flagler haa generously -;
here.' fa
J ,seasons : ConAjy.( He has one of the most I IPleturesqUi' (I aided the other churches ot AcmeBottlingWorks
residences at Danla In the I the city and they are living memorials ;The.Cigar Man
and OPTICIAN* The Gautier House wfll been %r "N !to his unbiased religions charity.whlch : .* MUNI, FLORIDA "
the summer at summer rates. Airy I will continue to so live long after he .1 ... : sit'Nxtlt \ iv
I.Ned Ie ,...... ....... ..dst fMiffs' : '" 1
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rooms.. and fine ; Typiwtttlng. done.ai.the Metropolis ;has Hdl'away.nn' J stet.tNhot ef tM'tea, 1 -) -
office at rates.'. > -
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: ( l'Ethel Rogerst who Ibas! beta J Lost -Tribune wbeel lost at Ar ; "
R...L'; 'M'e'rce'r connected with Miss-K. E.WhyU's t' ,ROMlER.wtn' aeecit yew,reat*.'I I mory. Second street and Avenue D:. """ aasi .1

.' dress malting parlors for the past two ,.f- I tl ', 'I Finder:.will' please return to Metropolis M ami1 Decorating :conp6g;
tires winters left this morning > office.
or: County'faz Collector T.. N. Gautler ....
: 207 AveaettD for Tampa on a visit From there sho of Mlamlfjpent yesterday the city 1I W.' C. CA/SOVA/ PROPRICTiCall ?
'" : York! for the summer.ii people .
v wW'ga toNetps' shaking atnds WIth his frlnedO. .Ur.Oautler There are many .who can .
::. :: f : ;.*.LLL-:: lea candidate for teeleetioBand read human nature In the lines of the .. .
For charter..by.day or week commodious ls looking after his political) fences band. They ten to their own satisfaction ttewtiea>+ >s.> ... t : ... I
:uGipofRTESFresh launch Hoosler. Apply Captain what kind of carries k "
,through; the county._This;b UsBrst a person
'Bob' Denny.'Royal Palm'dock terra;:and'he'says thai should he I the hand. There are others who can
.." ff *'"'!:.' riyyT'm'ywJ. 1 be elected;he'win be better equlppea tell a man by"the"way he holds his Painti.g :
ultmtl Meats taJ evtoiteg P. NIi;,Danla'i post) maiier,anJ to look alter the duties of the responsible head.There are others who can tell ,
"''flat ro tar 110-table. Yew> ,credit B a hustlingbusiness. :.mantis in Town 9fflc!|- Tropical Sun. by the penmanship" what kind of a ...
:-'pod fir ile'week idy. Al battles "toM today. He wears no look of worry as person be is, and In each case there Is Paper Hanging'and Kalsomlnlng

tot-rtffltt Mwnpdir' seal M at if f-.be sold bll field of tomatoes about two "Wanted5Twentyfive tomato pick- .much truth. Agency Peat's Wall; Papers.
.1 i I months before the blosoms got a goo befort,1] Did you ever. stop to think that you .
dtIoIt farther 1OtICfI.; era Monday. Apply Price Jb : "
'to take at the sun, fora tell firm Its !
chance a peak can a by advertising
)larsba1J. n1" Fla. ; write for Estimates. Phone
or I 181.r 1315 Ave. DFinding
,considerable and utlefactory.Snm. Study the ads In this paper and yon ,-r': : '
Ireiiie will be surprised how true to life they ?
Miss Valley and Miss Essie
_For Sale Eighteen fine laying are. This Is a better test of our theory -
Smith, who were connected< with thumillinerydepartment'
fD.MOFFATSDiry : hens; Brown LegSfcrns.! Black Span. of the popularBurdtne than any thing else. Ton knowthe II I Yi
sh. 215 11th street -- merchants and yon can JnJge how ,I
f .[and Quarterman store the I far we are. I .
wrong
past winter; left this morning for their
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Mr.. J.J.'Holly>,who wishes to adopt homes. 3llis Valley will make a visit There are the firms who have been in
Dade County:or In other' words be- to friendsjln; Delray before going 011 I business a long time and have a fair ike y
lunGhEVerything' business at-a good profit They
come one of the fathers of Dade went to;her bbttie In Michigan an J t Miss are
to' DeerflelJ this morning to ship satisfied to let things take their course
up .Smith witl risit In DM OBSH and will
tomatoes Mr. Holly will of course be Their ad tells that they can be foundat
go from \ to.her home In Mlcan-
including too busy to stop a voter and talk re- opy. r1a. Bath young ladles were very the same old place and their goods
new are the tame as usual there Is
so
anything else. no
Upon
or I popular socially- Miami and made
use to change the reading hence their
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the building, making the ,office.'Wanted Clean cotton: rag. at this I I.many nextiwlnter.ROMIKR Mends; who.. trust: they will return ad year stands after the year.same all the. year, and Money '

cleanest and dining There are other firms .oho make : z
neatest means Safe "Investments sensational runs of prices below the \ ,.
Miss Maude Hampton who has been P cost price and when you reaj it you ,
room in the city. here for the past year, first as cashier )lr. F. i"W.: Hahn, of Miami, one of look at once for the hook for you knowIt .
in the Red Cross Pharmacy and after the candidates for Clerk of the CIrcuIt Is a bait because no man can sell .
wards book-keeper at the Everglade Coin is spending'lh6 day. In goods below cost unless he makes It "
AN !IDEAL PLACE hotel le.'t this morning for t>t Augustine West Palm); Beach'In the Interest of I up some other way. t
FOR LADIESNot on a visit with friends before returning his candldaty.. Mr. Hahn has not yet There Is the firm with the catch ..
> to her home in Bowling Green. oompletel '.'recovered from his .lameness I sentence "We' want your money." .
Kentucky. Mill Hampton .is wen but lias so far recovered as t(> That was a fool thing to advertise and
'. Connected with a saloon known to the young people here and be able topmmence; an active canvass the way it was run showed the firm : '
has been very popular with everyone, of the county, and be says he expectsto was new In the advertising field. It 2 Lbts on 14th Street
making a host of Mends in the year meet *' host every voter In Dade was run until everybody was tired
Buttermilk every' day at she has been here. It is to be regreted between flow and the date of the pri and .the papers did not want to printIt
5c a gloss Light refreshments that Miss Hampton leaves Miami.ROSSIER many Mail I5th. Mr. Hahn is a lifelong.Democrat'a any longer. Then that firm madea
served during gentleman of pleasIng change of front and advertised that
I will collect your addret and la rapidly extending they would fill any order made to the
all boars. : : : .1 his already large circle of friendsthroughontjbe catalongue house for 5 cents less thanit
county. If elected Mr. could be delivered from Chicago.
fjrd"door-rut ofATenue D'on 13th For gale-Four 'mules Dol -threehorses I Hahn will;hake an efficient officer and Everybody said It could not be done etween D -aiia
street. Front Building.] :MaimFU.. at a bargain. Can at once.j the count) jj-ecorJs will be well taken but the'firm made good their promise ,
nth St
McXeffl Livery Stables care of. -jf roplcal Sun. and that is always the test of value of
Avenue Ou. i iTHE.RAG advertising. Their ads have been of
.. P NOTICEThe the kind that it takes very little effort
L Miami Meat Market closes thres for the mind of the observant intelligent
STORE hours every-day from 12 ro'S p. m., reader and buyer to see that
except'SajtQrdajs-and Sundays Saturdays they are up to date and leading la
V 1. open; IJ day and Sundays from e {heir Une.1IIAMI. i
tsTllEPupRibbonsand to 8. a. -1*. The above schedule 10 -HARDWARE COMP A.'n'. Novelty Works only
a take effect-May 1, A. R Doane-/ "We want your money: ,

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.' $1500each ":, .

Laces J Must Be SodThis( !' Week -


Keep this in mind; we save ,
ITS RIGHT'HERE Enfire! Furnishings of Peacock Inn '\ '
:. .that the superiority ef our blank you money.
\ $, \nooks, stationary and office essentials'' Ask any of our customersWe Ccfboanui Grove, Dade Co., Fla.
lakes Itself manifest, as they will to'
/very practical book-keeper and aercount :---- ,
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nt. The quality of our goods \: '
I. of the highest'and as they cost no' *HI have a sale on shoes next To Parents: School will Soon be Out! f 4
more than Inferior kinds,"you certainly week that Kill latfrest you fe C Brossier & Son
can see why-It will pay. you to pa... THE .
tronlze us.

Miami Conservatory of Music r

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_WE SELL' EVER VTHIN '
-ANDiSELL. IT CHEAPEW.H.Chaile&Son-. 1200 Ave. *
DJMiam
o Will -9)d!) a special Summer term May 1st to August 1st, In Violin., { / '

r- IiW Planat;:XIndergarten and Prima j Music.. Call or write for.partlcu- ..
10 A I Jars Intl terms "A fine opportunity for the young folks. Practices ; >
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'1211 Avenue D.'Miami, Fla. Pianos cupplled frea. REGISTER.EARLY
S and,10 Cent Annex at ISIS Are. D. FRANKLIN COLEMAN BUSH' Dfrec'or. 225" Twelfth ati..lt'' Counselors [aridj Contractors jn ;Realty

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Mechanical and Hydraulic.Cnglnitr. .
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1 %ndmtla. steel tower, tanka. gsa hoeSito
atta punpinc engines galranlitd I
ud black pipe at whofeaala. Special: II I
aeklnery designed and butt Meat I
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._ Miam Skating ff;. ; ; ice more at I ::1


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Rink !',Jt: _

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Open.. S Ope to 10 2ts'S m ter p.'m.bagman' < '.

.' Open 7.U..11.P. m. ." .
:Tuesday afternoon reserved far ladle ,

Saturday. forenoon ,reeerved.children I "

+ COMPETENT INSTRUCTORS You will never be able to get shoes as cheap again

d nI..... 10 cents Skating 29 cents '
Hh St. West of lea Factory Upstairs t We will NEVER sell them ,as CHEAP again.

.:'In The Good,Old'Summer Time i I

You Will Find at;; 1 J

Beginning MondayApril the 9th

Johnson & Tompkins .


About 70 pair of ladies' fine 2.50 oxfords DRY GOODS a

5 and ,lOc left out of last weeks sale). We sold over .

CAPT. THoMAS J. HARDEE one hundred pair of them at $1 I 45 III B.t.... ath.r..... an'.Ian wt haw

Variety Store Candidate; for Tax Collector: 1.90 last week. Broken sizes i added treat fcafiaini_hi tedfe* gds \

Any'useful article for light houaakaapIng. 20 pieces percales and ginghams-; worth 12c

.'. In tin, granite and wooden ...... Captain Hardee. -who_ U- a prominent iI1t corps and Lee's army. He was prcsjeat A fine new line of ladles' oxfords and and 15c for. .. ....,.tr..... ...u.S-"c i
A nlc.line af dear and parch mat*
Lamps Tugs Conch hats, etc A fine candidate"for 'the office Ofcol-I at the great battle of Gettysburgand bait of every description.Should new stock. 20 pieces oercalei and ginghams worth lOc
aaaertmant of toilet articles. notions lector Is almost too well known In > many other' battles o: the war. not be on a oargaln t and 12cfor...,. ..... .. .........6-"c
this county to need an Introduction to j He was wounded several times, the I 19A : :
far ladlaa and gentlemerrt. Outflttsnin | i last counter at all 2.50 and at A lot of odd and ends iii wmte
email ware. for light housekeeping Dade county peopla. | I and worst being the loss of his .l53 large s pique, ?
He U an old-timer here..a Cpnfederate I leg, at the battle of Campbell's Sta- madras, duck and fancieS; worth from lOc L
,JHe..10i7. Avenue..O, :Miami FU.. soldier, a democrat has keld. o, ;:ton! In Tennessee: < I to 40:. during sale fcjjc S-"c.1Oc._ 12-"c..2Oc.
ftce before. acceptably ana Jv;great- I i Capt. Hardee came to Dade county 3.50;.4.00 and five doll a!! men s shoes In 1'I. : !
IT respected for his hones |ability,:[twelve years ago ,and baa resided n.r--;: stock. 20 piece cotton ,in all solid colon, with
and'lntegrltyr'as; well' as '.forfils genial here ever since. 'every description, ail From Iron 15 to 20c for. .. .. ............. ..'.....
'f "Wire for' Me : and hearty manner.- ampag all'! This Is not the first time that he the best Manufacturers in $2 90 : : '1d
J 50 pieces India linen worth from lOc to J
has for'the .
his He fellow-men was born in old BnilockyCounty.Georgia'away j elected run repeatedly once to,.be having the county'stax been the worl ---------- "._ -- for..........,.I...*........8c.lOcandl2cBABY

; back In'1837;and grev. ; collector. Two years ago he TOIuntarily -
and 111 Wire For You" to manhood In that state. '.t 4t I relinquished the once and Stetson shoes while the ast t 4aL 40' _

When the call for troops {-itne.he I was not, a candidate before the pri -----.--.. 'Vi .
was amoDl.the,lint to offersjila life: ma".. CAPSA
1..1" Thonel76 J and services to hla country find be] His qualifications for the offlce are
came a-.member.of: the Ninth Georgia :' undoubted and his old time friends boys'. girls and c dren's shoes at A. fine lI of"b'ahi silk iriti livmcapa; t/:
CH.WOWN'CLECtRlCALjONTRACTOR regimenL, .Ha?waax In'AD r80n.I''I and comrades will see. to It that his 20% discount. A chance to save eYe be closed but regardless of costInfant's "
.-.- --.... brigade.- Hood's'dlTlslon.-L6ngitreefs- ,, 0" .vote la a.large, _one.MARATHON. -

Those worth 2SclV.T.| ........... ::...15eThose
soh soles I at,, .. ...-_. .- 5c worth 40c f'V! : c

1113 Arc** .C YOUNG LADIES :OF1101'SEMINARY' :RUN I Those worth SOc 6r.__....-.........r..3Sc>

--- ...-- .. .. .. .- ...- .. Ladies white Oxford lies at :1.00eThos5 worth 75c for .......... .40c :
worth 1.25 or..2.t..' ...*... ..!65c
TO BOSTON I ,$1.20," *1. .30, and ,1.95. ., f k = = :t, or.
t 1.81. It'll to look brer counter ,1
i : :' paj you oar bargain.
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.,it, }irt1tJI.. ? .. Bit dine' 316-318; Twelfth St

DRUG GAVE DELIGHTFUL '.INTMTAINtt TWtNTY- IVB MILES .. 'We1jM.. ..
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MINT'>T;,SAN CARLO$;.OPERA DISTANCE BEGAN AT NOON TODAY -' u ..
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.COMPANY :KIEV WEST L PIRION.r"AL' ,- MANY COMPETITOR EN:
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,"" .'="-,. A .J> ; ;' D'Niw.: ITEMSMetropolis TERED THE CONTEST Tarpon Party.Coming j I t.''r J f- '
"-- :' i 1 .. Martfs "Qysterand.Chop HouseSea >
) : l' .. The auxiliary yacht Savalo. Caps
Bureau.? Ashland U...., April 19A large Dick Carney which baa just finished Food Specialty
successful and satisfactory tarpon
Our
a very
Key West .A.&lJ'1ll1. crowd was'assembled near the bridge
cruise with Mr., Leon F. Dougla* "
Medicine The young ladles of the Roth. Haw about one mile beyond the depot of ,
and friends aboard.has been charteredby Oysters by plate quart or gallon." .
grove Seminary gave a moatileUghtful :; Ashland when the great Marathon
.- ,'--'-- entertainment--at. San Carlos race under the auspices of the Boston a Mr. Pitt of New York who kill Meals served at all hours [flO 12th Street. Miami Florida j
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be down about the first of next m<)nth
Opera'House. The :.olloirlng ex Athletic Association. started there ai
: In medjdne careful to get away aboard her for an outing
; ,. cellent program was rendered, : noon today.
In what buy and Ochestra Prelst's War ttMarch.f Att he crack of the pistol In the with these game nab j TheCotttinerttaf
you :
from Athaled-Mendelssghn." f if I hands of the started the runners started i
where you buy It. It Is .String Quartette with plabO I down towards the depot each one : -
Would .Tb$ My .LoTe-Meu elllOlIID.I j accompanied by a bicycle rider who GRADUATINGRECITAL
not only important!that 'Vocal solo:::- Constancy-Lewis: Neff l has orders to' assist the runner.to Atlantic Beach,. Florida
,Violin Mr. Brannin. whom is In I ,
'' 'the" best values obllpato he assigned every possible '
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'get t
you Symphonic Two violins aid piano- way should he become'disabled or be I
Mr.KB SEWS
l but also that you -Brannan. Dillon. Dancla anil:;Landz-{compelled for some reason or.other to I u Mttugtr i1
doertfer,-:, |drop out of the race. Every man wnos
s get goods that give you Plana'tolo-r Miss Hilda RasselL t[strength should give out. will be putton.board ..Qpened.Marchl5.1906Through J
results 'sloth--Alr" Varle DeBerolt of a train or trolley car and
.satisfactory -;we >Orchestra Danza Rosita-%-Mlssud. sent home under. escort o- his cyclist, -BY- parlor car Palm Beach. [to .Atlantic Beach train 74''
have Ior' Dillon
a reputation Violin Seranade- Carl companion.'
Vocal solo- The Shade of the Palm'!. The course for the race which is
furnishing satisfactory by Stuart-W. E. Tracy. m. about twenty-fivgmiles long runs from Miss Eva Yarboroudh On Atlantic,Ocean,20 miles !Jacksonville, via F.E.C. 'Rt
and Reliable Goods. Violin Casslo C. Brannang the starting point toward the depot '
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Orchestra Habanera. g across the tracks of the railroad, and I 1Florida
Orchestra Czardas.' |i in' an almost straight line throughSou' Pianist. Miami Conservatory The Continental is the latest addition to the famottr*
Judge L. W. Bethel, who Ms been .I h Farmlngham, Natick Wellesley,
Muslc.asslsted by Mr. and Mrs. Hotel
East Coast
11 for several days, Is much Improved Newton Lower Falls past the large System.
and 1I'UlIOO11 be out again. M* sign boards, through the Kewtons FrankHi Coleman Bash and
FINE, CANDIES Misses Nellie Williams:and;;Cecilia Chestnut Hill, past the Reservoir, Bicycle chairs ponies for the children golf links tennis
AND CIGARS., O'Brien gave'their-pupils apjij peanut through Beacon street, Into Exeter Mr. W. C. DeGanno n: n: court .bowling alleys billiards and pool ball room for danc-.i
hunt .lut Saturday.afternoon. Lmn street and finishing at the Boston Ath
"f' ing automobiles livery surf bathing fishing
deep
Cavaro won the prize for finding the letic Club House. I ,
most peanuts. After the Bunt, the The runners more than fifty o* and fresh water a*service.t, '
pupils enjoyed their regular aturda7 whom started this noon all seemed. Fair j jInvestigate
Tel. 3, Cor. 12 St. Ave. D afternoon dance. fjj to be In good physical condition, but !at BuildingTuesday
:. Miss Marian Harris entertained a it Is expected that a great many ot Before
few friends a few"Jays ago'In: the : ,Investing.
a afternoon:r Flinch 'waa played. Hiss covered Evening April 24 .
-- .. ; L -: Gladys Carry winning the ar.t'prlz.,I be given to the first eight men and a ,
We are Now Ready to Nurnhhwr. a box o_ writing paper and] Master souvenir each to the following twenty-
Charles Wardlow. the secdn ;prlze, a five men who mar finish 'after the Wind Power
bottle of perfume. p$ prize winners. Souvenirs will also Admission 35c. Reserved Seat SOc I ) .t
wr. Tribune, Snell Miss Hilda Russell has accepted the be presented to each caretaker of all Ifas.been adopted; by the best people of ''the country M the ,
position of cashier and bIl1?' lark at contestants being placed. On sale at Bush & 'Saf ord cheapest power': for'raising?wate'. Note the people> who hare -
William Curry Son's. M them;they could hare steam fn\ and hot air too if they want.
; and other ;1 -' The Mallory, steamer Rl*| Grande INFORMATION WANTED Piano Co., 225 izth Street ed it. I handle the beat mill mad< and make a specialty ot this .
?t\ ', has arrived from'MObte.. Shc bronght Beginning Saturday, /[pril21st. business and with my pump me#:hanlsm that I hare just been
'makes Bicycles a consignment of ties and poles for the Editor"Metropolis: granted a patent on. I will gnan ntee to doable the capacity..
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electric company to be used .on the t' The Councll'V proposition to spend Steinway piano used. value and life of any wind mill outfit. Any infringements. will
street car extension. i ItSOOO dollars for a park has caused be prosecuted. j
Mrs and Mrs. H. C. Niles, have considerable concern as to where it
moved Into the large two story. building I will, be located. Certainly not south
oil.",the corner of Caroline and i I of the city proper, below the bridge I C H. PERRY Cocoanut Grove Florida.Dr.durnham :
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Fleming streets where theywlll keep :;for they have enough park there, and I 4L44"I1 .. .:
and boardPolice .|| I. ;;
room it would be very Inconvenient; really -
Officer John A. cirey has I I no benefit to the citizens in the'' I :g
arrested Ramon Lopez for selling liquor main part of the city nor to the tour- ;
to minors. The case wilt:be tried Ists. The people's money would be See
before Pollee Justice Brook*. { wasted and only the party that sold '
The Rev. M.Campbell t i'ker,,,110! the ground would be nEfttted.Is .
The 'bicycles-and other la at present rector of tt e Good,,
it to be'the old bay park as Ascribed :
goods are the best stan Shepherd Church at Jacksob llehat'beeu on the original maps of MJami.. I The Miami Surgeon and Specialist
dard the market called to be rector of JBt.' PaulaChurch. !along I; the bay from 7th to 12th street? .
goods'on \
He is expected t4:arrive in : That certainly would' make the most J l
Hartford Tires. the city this week. when bSj will decide' :: beautiful and practical park for the If you are a sufferer from any Chronic.Disease, Ulcers Tumora, Ca*
and other whether he, will accept|the call : entire city, with, the least expense era or any Blood Disease. Catarrhal Diseases of Head Throat

Coaster Brakes fitted took: : yon where also boating, bathing, fisfaic;. Lungs Stomach or Bowels, Di spepsia.Indigest'on, Rectal) ,
|etc, could be enjoyed. A rough In the selling of meats as well fas In .-
wheels. All work guaranteed .# \stone wall and filled in with the Jredgu : other things. It'a the quality 4f our Diseases Fern; le Diseases .

Best new wheels for enl May 1.,Capt. Albert Htnkle wild\ :and the grounds made on the rustic meats that wins new friends and patrons .
take charge of.Soldier Kejras caretaker Ior J tropical order could be made very :I very day. By the way, yon All Latest Electrical Aids. Homeopathic Medicines 1
-231 12th Street: Blue Front at for the summer. He/will' take i nice for 15.000 as the ground belongs I' ever tried us on an order hate]
with him. his launch yachl .Seminole'and ,! to the city. Considerable anxiety Is beef? We offer the best Florida and and a large stock of Specially ptcpared remedies for .Speciai work
will use'her, In making 1 frequent I manifested to know just where this Western beet to be had I
&, Clark visits to the city Capt. Hinkle had beautiful park Is to be located. Can II t Ladies Maid Always in Attendance :
Carroll
charge of Soldier Key last summer and hhe Metropolis Inform the public \ B. Doane '
M gave perfect satisfaction. i I Subscriber. I. Prop.J Upstairs in Metropolis Building. From 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Sun. excepted


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APRIL 19,
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I CITY ORDINANCE' him duringsaid Inspection and shall "
siliMiliMi iMRealEstateBargiun
.:; notify at once the owner, agent or occupant I I .
An'ordinance eretin j a sanitary department of any such premises found to
t for the !fly of Miami, providing be unsanitary and unless said premises
tMPIREI I for the Lppolntment! 'of offlcer within !five days after said notice shall

: I prescribed heffelntthelr; ; duties andpo".ertl. t>e placed In good sanitary condition
I providing:|or the removal of by taU owner, agent or occupant;
filth and garbagejlibe; regulation of then Insuch event he shall cause such Y
sanitary matters within this city aka_ ov.'ner, agent or occupant to be arrestd -
M WE SELL prescribing penaltlet for the provision and brought before the municipal
of the same: i ti| 'Judge of the city of :Miami, to be tried
for Men Council according to the ordinances ,of the I We offer a ft* choice properties to- the **t..1O days
W. L. Douglas Shoes Be It ordained by: the City i I '
: of the City of Mlfcml: x I city of Miami.ec j I e s folio*** ,
P $2.50 3.00. and 4.00 Section 1. Thaf the committee of j-\| 1C. It shall be the duty of the J laved
3.50// sanitation of the. (city of :Miami shall i chief of sanitation to see that all i: 2 Iota 50x130 on street, In fine part of city each.H7WXJ

fjhl11lct constitutea i klthchen slops, garbage.swlll and night 1 lot on 10th Itree\\, Ava. C barqaliTat
WE SELL; after.the passage soil In the city o: Miami is removed I near a big .,.11500
: board of health:'pr:the city of :Miami I street I
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3 lots on Fifth ,
as frequently as necessary 'with due each.
: Gibson Girl'ShOes'f or Ladies with such duties .ad powers as maybe I 945OOOHouse ,
consideration of good sanitation and
conferred them said or. and lot on treat, 6 ,
upo ; by Third rooms fine place, easy term, $1800
I unless the premises upon which such ,
2.50. .300. 3.50. $4 and $5 dinance of the KB W5 city. One-half lot on Twelfth Street for
Sec. 2. That tht1 1 city physician of kitchen: slops, garbage swill or night ., jSOO!
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R the city of Miami: 'Shall be the health soil Is found, shall be cleaned! By the Elegant home on 8th street............ ..... ... .... ... .. I .
owner, agent or occupant of such
omcer of said city:and thai) be a practicing -
premises within three days' notice
.. reading In the Incorporate I I
physician
= limits of tin{'city of Miami and made,by the chief of sanitation then Riverside Iota are selling rapidly! but we have a few choke .....

M P .1-I Iit REI 3 3f haIl prescribed perform by uchpintles thCirdltance) as \shall of, said be sanitation It shall be to the cause duty such of owner the chief agentor of I I left at ,the following price: .

occupant to be arrested and brought

.f f / .1.i }vJt t.[ ., I, : ) .: cIty."Sec.., i 8., ,:The bgaltbomcer 1 y of\, the; before the municipal Judge, to be tried Comer ,lot on ,twelfth. Street...... ....,. .... .......... ..IJ250

\.1". city of Miami halj;at.the end t>f each ; city according, to the to end the that ordinances the owner of, agentor salt Inside let on Twelfth Street... ..... .... .... .... .......,,000
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WE SELL ; Iffp month Health make of the a'rel city(tort'to of Miami he Board as of to I occupant of the premises shall keep] Inside lots on ott.r *trt*....... ..... ......: .... ......1750 4

The Educator Shoes and Red Seal Shoes the general health of the same., He the of an same garbage clean,at decayed their own meats expense and Corner Iota on other streets.......: ...... .......... .......1000'
shall also Issue itf, the end of each
for Misses and .Cbltdren month a duplicate bulletin of vita fruits, vegetables, potatoes, rubbishand -lat.r..
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50c 75c. $1.00.$1"50 200.: 2.50 statistics.one of *hlch shall be filed unhealthy slops,and swill unsanitary night' soil matters and all of Remember that 'sewer, light, paving and street railway will

'- with the Board oLHealth of the city nature whatsoever.Sec. all be down ,there In the ax*. tixt/ days.
any .
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SELL of Miami and the other with the
WE ; 17. Tnat It shall be the dutyof
all. kinds of White Shoes for Men. I State Board of HJth of the State of I the chief of sanitation to report to
Florida., :
Women aad Children Bas d the city council at the first meeting
Sec. 4. The of Health of the
in each month the condition or his
.AT' LOWEST:: POSSIBLE! PRICERtM. city make of such Miami suggestions thatt'from to time City to Conn time department and any changes that maybe J.H.
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needed therein and he shall also &C
shall
ell." In :their opinion promotethe
furnish said city council with eat
general heal'fefulnecs of said cIty .
mates of of the department 1)
ail expenses ,
and relative to 1: matter of canlta
of sanitation aa may be required. He t
: tion. ft shall also at the end of month
every
Sec. 5 Any physician or person re-
: 'P tRtEThe : deposit with the city treasurer all
the existence
: ee1vIn,-lnformatl i1la1: to. ,
of,any.Infections or''contagious funds,- and moneys collected by him. wm. Curry's; Sorts
( : Bee 18. The committee of sanitation -
diseases the dt}v;: shall Immediate'Iy .
\ .II- I report same to said, health officer; of the city council by and with ,
quality of our shoes is well known throughout who'shall have fall power In'conjunction the consent of the city council may Key West. RoridaHBADOUARTBMS
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lathis entire community and therefore needs no comment with the Board o* Health of said adopt such other mel and regulation
It be deemed to the POR
as may proper
city to take such iction or make such
\ carry the largest line! in Miami to select] from and orders ai they inay deem necessary city of Miami for the general health Ship, _

;all who buy from us can rely upon first cbss goods at, to prevent the spread of said disease. and best sanitary Interest to the city Chandlery: ,: Building:

remarkably low prices. Our stock is new and fresh, with Such the action mel not end being regulations inconsistent of the ordinances of Miami not of the Inconsistent said city or with of the the Materials; Of All Kinds. ,

and, to give good service or Jfoney HtfundecL rules and regulations of the State
guarantee State-Board -of -Health of.the StaU ; Coal and Ice, Slca..arllle.all.a).. Mscalas> 8hop.lptirpa
of Florida R,S Board of Health of the State of Flor fV

Sec. I. That top every person who ida.Sec.. All kind ot repairing. Boiler" aad Steam
In every'department Fitting
caa oe
Bargains : diet a death certificate shall be givento 19. The owner agent or occupant dona at tat
"hortett notice in tie beatpoaaible manner by
expert skilled
the undertaker,by the physician attending o' any lot or premises In the i aedaaaIa 3
r and.wherf 'no physician Is In city of Miami abutting any street or I
tJrY'i$ v b attmdaDce,'b1 th| city health officer avenue where there la a public sewer CAMTBiatATU f
shall connect the of said lot
drainage
staling thereon the name, '
or coroner Iprtq tta* Qe ko .. dons
r { color,-age, cause;:and. time ,of, death, or premises with such sewerand shall V 41 her spring etoaalac., ta* r+rssg lase '
Mstaesy f f3 .QClohTh r ete.;,of tbe".dece.., d.._ .' r.- : 1r fill np and destroy any cesspool privy hi* spring ptsati g. lad es a tis.
Sec .7. AH birth shall be reported or privy vault or other arrangement on their best it's a0
monthly hy the?;atteDeIlnc physlclau. said ;premises for the reception of .: aver
i T: I or There no physician to'tn attendance drainage of fecal matter. -1-T. I
j 'hy tthe 'the mU-frlfe:or' head of"the !:-Bet 20. Upon the service of any PLUMIINQ
order:or direction or copy thereof without -
famfly. $$ tateattoa ot Join* woe! Gal
Hats Sea 8. Ever undertaker having made;; by the city council upon the caabe bear. .ItervTa ptet7 og .
} In charge a dead i body for burial or owner agent or occupant of such Jot ;kit;:;,,: spring plumbing to be doss anti taatk
transportation shm t r8hOeS. snfch burial or traniportatJ 1I, 1It"In agent or occupant shall within thirty ,..",:h1> ,. y oar good work. Price BO hitter a
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H possewion-of Till.Accessary..certificateofdeath days of such notice;fill up or destroy :;-'i: .':-'."!..-.";.. others.. thaw
''%& n k tt ; and;apou the blank.tn. eon-, any such"cesspool/privy,<-privyvault .. :..I'"I.. .;",..'\.n.. '. ;''; _" "'. _... ",.-._ --......... J_ ,
neetion ;hereof fnrnUh a certificate or arrangement-for the reception :-,:Hrii"r.: H..' {Clttlrex <
TrunksSuitcases 9tt fhurlal'or traobortaUOD..t( "** 'of,.1ra1D1 .or fecal matter. on ,- Sit Awns' D r +'
"Sec. S/>"No..JIOtI"penODl: or core said premise' and connect such closets _

Ra BAs porat'on shall create, maintain or contribute and drainage from such premiseswith 'Gs'y
Yoo ee Contractors
the
; r aceG which In the opinion o:the said health Sea,11.-.. All closets, privies, privy AND
offlcer Is prejudicial to the ,public vaults, cesspools and other arrange
EtCt Yonr shoes it Tke Empire health of,the city;of Miami. ments for the reception of drainage or If youF don't 'want to SAVE MONEY; '
fecal matter,kePt or maintained on :,
Bee 10. Any person who violates the I :
proceeding section or any rule of the such premise after time"specified'In: \ t we can't helpyou.i 'II-you V do come toAl liThe l-

Goods Store Board of Health made under authority such notice 1* hereby decreed nuisance
Empire Dry aereafter.npon conviction thereofshallbe. and may be abated and--destroyed j : : McDonald Co..
fined not leiihan;; one dollar nor by the chleT of sanitation. .
: MIAMI more than $100,pr be Imprisoned not Sec.'I%. In case any owner, agentor
327 TWELFTH. STRUT. to exceed SO day*:or be both fined and occupant" of: any premises shall and bo boildiog material. Loug Leaf
Imprisoned at the discretion of the I violate the provision of Section 19, 20 ; Jour I
,Alljackages delivered to anr rpart'of f city free charge I court .. 2 and 21 of this ordinance by.falling to
... i - ('? ; Sea 1L .Tbat.all matters or things abate the nuisance or nuisances men- YelloPine and Cypress of all kinds.
pertaining to th>> sanitation of.the tioned In said sections; or If any person ,

city of Miami shall be under the supervision shall be V guilty of maintainingany We also sell]] Lime: Brick ((4 kinds). Cement, Sash Door*
chief of the nuisances defined In the
of the of sanitation and
the Board of Health of the city of Miami preceedlng section of this ordinance, Moulding] : and whatever, else a builder requires

who shall form the sanitary department such owner agent or occupant or person at lowest possible figure. t
+ Miami Business! Directory .' of:.a141 city wnlch said ,department shall upon conviction thereof le You Know where we are 14th.Street Miami )Florida
Is hereby created.*' punished by fine not to exceed 150. or

Sec., 1%. The;sanitary Inspector of by Imprisonment for DOt more than r---
the ,city of Miami shall ,be chief of thirty, days, or by both such fine and ,

Ttt* Out of Town Buyer,and tho*e withIn the city will find In the sanitation and shall perform all duties Imprisonment" In the' discretion of th" .
'Hat below the addresses of Miami Merchant und r. which are now'.Imposed upon him or court. ,
clalfl head for ready r.fr.nc*. which may or hereafter be presented Sea. %3. All owners, or agents of Com'pallY!
>1f" \ by the city col tD. Iota, If vacant or occupants of lots or Fort Dallas Land
I Sec.' 13.: It shall be the duty.of the remises If occupied In the city, shall
II.1.f;IRADY tCO UROlNt QUARTlRMAJi.Dcalwa .3lteah I chief, of sanitation to see that the keep the same clean and In good san-\
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: la Dry Ooedal, NoMoo*' ;: streets, yards end highways of the Italy condition and free from all growing -
and V .,
Ttulta b1"a "' '' of 1Ilaml'shilU clean of weeds vegetation of
eS'WI" ronlaatnc* city be kept and or any r
: L'Btr* t.,Cor. 'Art_D. ,,Miami, IT*. S00402 lit* St.w .: Mfamtr !filth, rubbish, garbage and other un- other matter or thing that may be a "
unitary mattert.J;! It shall further be menace to the health o? the city ..
Imacr Orootra.' ;Bay..' Orala L KREVEN the;duty of the-chief of sanitation to Sea 24.It shall be unlawful to throw Has on its Lists '

sad llfapes'\ TtrOOtte. Desks la'Drop, Patent Mad} see that all ordinances now In existence or.deposit any kind of refuse matte ,
class, -ArUeUa.-8tatJoa .' or shall bj j passed In reference vegetable mineral.'llqpld' or*.Mild, ,0.', .', ;'
J. E. LUMMU *. to sanitation of,-said city shall be fnl- fermentable or aon-fementable, animal .
1IOTfA'.III'J"t'; WtmLah' ; tiled and,carried:out or fish or fowl Into or upon any public

Dealer la1 ,Qroe rls..,, 'Qrata. See:i4., That Sou., the proper execn- square"street unoccupied lot or Into some. particularly attractive sites for
Bar aa 4 nrtaiMca. ICK. WILSON 4 HUDDLESTOHE ,. Ion of the duties devolving upon him, the water of BIscayne Bay or the
< l Xktate aaJ"lamraaWuit the'chief of sanitation shall have con Miami river within the limits of the both residence and business ...
Uta'!u.._' JI1amf..I'IL S. i.: aa4 IMO trol with' and'1irUhe 'consent of the city of Miami. purpose
city council of All,the stock sec. %5 Owners lessee of L
M Twalfta tit im, V Mlaad, V 41 wagon' or any An investment in Miami real
THE MAGNOLIA GROCERY CO. and appliances/jvblch are now owned lot or premise shall perform all act -
A. J. CAMPBELL by the city or nay be hereafter pur- required of the occupant when laid estate is safe; sure of quick returns ,
u1era1'Ba7,aa4Grata ,r chaaed;tor the Department of sanitation lot, or premises are unoccupied. '
De1a Dry Oooda OetaHI
? and shall Dye authority to hire Sec. 28. No person shall within the I
;. tog;Oeatl":""' ,.. x with th ,consent
I'L 1 and by and approval corporate limits of the city of Miami .
tv ATI/D ead,4thrt. wlamtr& In..Ii...; ; lllamtil'aq of the City Cornell:and to dischargeby ell or offer for sale, or expose for sale
and with the consent of the City or have In his possession with Intent "
r Council "all'employees"of'his depart to V sell,"meat' fish, bread vegetable. ,JOHN, B. REILLY, J.f.I INGRAHAM, '
ment and to contract by and with the I poultry'or other articles Intended for
Consent of the City council an supplies i food which are diseased, corrupted. Agent [Fort Dallas Land Vice-President Fort Dallas
Ofton & Einig of said department provided the contract I taInted or unwholesome.
( in the aggregate does not exceed I' Sea 27. That any person or perSons Company, Miami Florida. Land Co., St.'" Augustine.
the amount appropriated for the violating any section oT this

partment of sanitation. ordinance, the penalty for which hal
Sea 15. It shall be the duty of f not herein before been specifically provided I T
Machine..S chief of sanitation: of the city of Mimi for, shall upon conviction be '
to give his|entire personal time punished by fine not to exceed {50, orby
Across The River. and attention t io, the duties of his office Imprisonment not,exceeding thirty M J.. Yarborough I IConti ,
; to care tot all property of ti days or by both such fine and imprisonment -
city coming into his hands and make In the discretion of the court. ti
a.fell and complete quarterly account Sec. 28 That all ordinances or partsof a6tor and Builder 'V
Will repair your engine on short notice. hereof for cacyear.' He shall keepa ordinances Inconsistent with the

true and correct record of the.time revisions hereof be and the same are
Expert Gas Engine Men. We carry of all employeeV-Jn his department and hereby repaled. Builder of the Palm Beach Hotel !

hall, on or before the first Jay o' Sea %9': That this ordinane
: ynamos, coils, plugs, ;batteries wire, each month mike a full and detailed hall take effect after the expiration:: House Moving a Specialty
', report o: an expenditures made tn bis of the time provided In Section 20, of
'I" screws, switches .-... -, ,. department to the auditor of the citt the charter and after publication aa : '
of Miami, with ill.O. K. hnis of such required by the said charter of btu I Miami, Florida J .
eXpt'nelltures.3I city of ,Miami '

He shall-personally, at least once Passed this 5th day of April, A. D.,
| LoftQt1EWg, each month, make or cause to he madea 906. F. H. Wharton I '
house to house Inspection of the entire President of City Council.. Approved this 5th day of April A. Don't fan to register your child for
city and ball make note of all ,Attest: M. R. Kellum. D.. IW. Job 8 w.U.Mayor.. Uw special summer term |at tie ID-
unsanitary premise discovered fcy City Clerk. I ami Conservatory of ...-,

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WASHINGTON ,AffAIRS : MY POSITION AS A CANDIDATE



I: ARE TERSELY 'TOLDWashington I. : -' t 1'I.

,; In soliciting your vote for the oMce of Clerk of the Circuit Court if Ih11ir! ,County I wish to call your attention to the fact that I tally
( : appreciate that I would be serving YOU. I realize that I would only be eler, and by.that I mean that I would be serving ypur Interests Jut th,;
I same as if you should employ .me,to look,after your PERSONAL buslnesa affairs! li .l-' -

'f J am no professional politician seeking to Jefeat anyone but I wall he,position and promise faithful, careful efficient and the urn*
I courteous treatment to EVERY citizen of Dade County Florida. Ton are'the employer. I want to, be the employeeand 4' j
requestyon
interests be nark
April '19- If the Senate which the country's can. '
< : your ticket as follow: :
la marking time on the rate bill' best protected. !\ X JAMES P. JAUDON '
The change In the order of elections I I:1
and finding excuses-for' 'not. speaking would have to be accomplished, by a :
r the House ls by no means talkeJ' out' I constitutional amendment; but the 11 WHAT MY HOME PAPERS -( ABOUT MV '

y' ,r Bourke Cockran this,week had an framer- of the bill Is convinced thatIt II t, ; OANplDAOY :

'" hour of time granted him I e In which to is a goo.[one and It has at least hada CAPT. F. JAUDON & CAPT.
,avorable report to the House. ', JAUDQN ENTERS MACK
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express hla' views and they were well I

expressed and went to the point aa usual It will not be long before the Pure 1 '
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I-, with his speeches What be advised Food Bill will come to a vote. Matters 'i "
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For
was for the House to -stand are in such,a shape that It.can Miami Newt, March 11, 1110I: County. Clerkship I and Make* H '
"'t" pat* on the, rate bill and allow no at any lime, be ,maoleJ the unfinished a Four Cornered Contest 'ks

.- amendment from the Senate. He salJ business anj avote on it may be arranged Captain J. F. Jaudon'a announcement I

that la common with a good many at any'day. It Is possible,that i .
other members, he had gone over the the measure may pass at this session in, yesterday's Morning News ,that he l Mare

,; Hepburn Bill, hoping to strengthen It and it Is almost a certainty that U It I Metropolis, 10.,1110I:
would be a candidate for the office of
by amendment but he ;ounJ that in I dues not It will pass and be,signed Ii I '., ::;

every case he had been anticipated b> I by the President at the next session. 'County Clerk, brought; to him during I' groThe race' for,;: f he county_, clerkship ..

the ll'aDItn' of the bill and be thought I Dr. Wiley of the Department of Agriculture stronger and ,more interesting
that the beat thing to do was to pass I is of course the father_01 tn.bill'and the day the assurance of"the support I. '.
thebill as Jt stood andnot allow the be Eat 'a.lot of """arguments'' I f :' each day, and wfth the aaaoaneem

Senate to saddle it with amendments.I in the shape of adulterated foods of 3 of very many of his friends., Capt. t, of, Capt J.{;F Js.'Ytdos, which ,appears

'" tn the matter of a court review pro one sort or another spread out on two I Jaudon is well known and hu many In the KetropollL
..; vision r.Cockran took the very commonsense -] big trays 'at, his declaration, that a this afternoon the Y

;vlelc that if any railroad, pore food bUlla an absolute necessity.The I warm friends throughout the county a F contest 'assumes! a four: : were not satisfied with the ruling of custom house inspectors In New ,
I who feel that he Is well fitted to fill *! ,pext. with the prospect of a tfth. and
the Commission all it had to do w ,York played into his hands this week S
'1 I;: secure a court review.. to fail to enforce -I too. and furnished him with what he ', 'even a ,sixth, person getting Into It -
the office of County Clerk and who t I
{ the order.' This would at once : has told a number of I friends'I. another 'i .twill '!within the next days.
throw the matter Into the courts and' good argument.' It Is to the el- "' make an'earnest effort to secure '
: get the ruling that all the court review -I feet that the market''o. :the Eastern Ca pt.-J a ad OR. ,t "lastest aspirant

amendments purported to seek. States Is being; flooded with spurious i his. election. .They point oat" the,fact r "" ,for the.plum; .la ,known through-
It olive oiL This oil Is of two .
;was a quick, simple homely speech "pure excellent .
and as notice had been given that It, sorts. One of them Is Imported right t; that, his business qualities! I ,out the county. He is.commander, of

was to ccur the galleries were crowded. enough, but It Is imported;free and 1! '' _
the 'Miami
;are: coupled with a commendable -. c ; military ,COIDP&DT. and IB
Of course so long as the but Is cosis 40 cents a gallon. .Jt comes In
under consideration In the 8enatethe free under, the declaration that it: is l spirit of local pride ,and;, patriotism !f- ,private life-'U' commission .dealer.Capt .

talk on the House end la rather beside purely fpr mechanical uses. Ant that t -L Jaudon Is honorable and host
the mark, but It Is an Indication to the Is all it is fit for. It is the lowest -and It't In the interest which J :'
Senate that the House1 for once intends grade of refuse from the oil factories. and competent toJ8en la the office of j
he' manifests in the Miami '
to stand on lu rights and that When It'gets Into this country, how 1-1 r' Rifles. I' '_ .J ,' Clerk of ,the .Circuit Courtfaitlfaltykeepingthe
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t if the bill comes back from the senate ever it is filtered to remove the dirt to" standard AMES F" +
company the AIJJDON: welL Tb.-gptalu will make
in any considerably amendeeshape a little potash added to take'oat'the ana a'

,' It is likely to have a bard time rancid taste for It is all of it rancid 'I a: the best military organizations THE POPULAR OAr DICTATE FOR :strong bid,and:;De a close factor:or
../ Mfore It gets to conference and after and then Is bottled and put on tm .i 17OL.ERK ,: *'. 1
;'" .wards., market as "pure lucca otL" This stuff of the state, i, 1 OF THE OIRQUlT. COURT, P&rt7la the contest when H closes.,

: .. .*- Dr.-Wiley*declares.-,entirely unfit B : .

'. Almost as- old as the ,proposal to for human consumption.' Yet It Is it 'n.( 'J + :

: change the* date of the Presidential largely' sold and there Is'no'federal In seeking the position of Clerk'of the Circuit Court of Dade County J ,CapC-Jandon realizes that,those who ,are .not' familiar with his:

I 'inauguration Is the proposal to elect law under which the vendors'can 'w history and ability, should be(, posted before they east their vote for hlri for.sach aa Important office.As ,

Senator by; a popular vote. But the prosecuted.. ,, 'I Captain Jandon Is at present engaged In the commission business besidetbefng-'pne of the largest vegetable and fruit[growers-la this' sec
: measure has! been Introduced again by The other device Is even,more nare- tion. Before coming to this place'some' eight or nine year ago he vwasfla'the.l orange growing business tn Orlando' Orange County.
IL ,Mr. Morris, of Nebraska' anj In spite :aced, though less harmful. 'The Department an office man he la eminently fitted for that position, and his long experience: In handling an kinds of business and accounts'wta bVofthe .
of the fact that the bill has four time found recently that the east- H inestimable value to him If you should'decide to cast your vote for him '*..r' :. 1It-
passed the House and baa been killed end, end of thecountry was being As to character and honesty he stand In the front rank, at the la.tdtT'elecWoa-1I received a very flattering vote fo position-of city
in the Senate' there renewed talk flooded' with cheap 'olive oil" for _' tuaaaeuorandwaa'eleeted'tothatpoaJtloa. ,.t.1 :I, :;" : ':' '

of Its pa suing.' There la Incorporated which there was no equivalent record For a number of yean be has been captain of the Miami Rifles,and fcas:no .superior in the State National Guard,wheaft'oouestomPttsrymatters.

'with the bin a proposal: "to 'make the at the custom' house;' though all'-of ., Everything Captain 'Jandon does,he does well ,'. '' _.".. .. t .
term of members of the House four, it,was labeled Imported. ,The Inspectors You could do your county .no_better service. than by voting for James! F, Jan""Ion and,by : be placing.the
years instead of two. I finally found that it:was manufactured right man In the right place H t -**

The object of this..the report says by the car load Us New York, : :. 'MT FLEDGE-I will not go,ontsUe of the county for my deputies if',you.f ihoold", elect me to ;'U'E t Court
U to give more Importance to the primaries 011.. bottles,':labels ,and,all. and theu < .
sold,outside the State. There were '" !' '
and prevent the professional
boodler from living over from< one term.toterm"on twen17-flYe"sample.'captared \:bylthoPennsylvania'authorities ;.A"i'-j' : ._. w-t-: ;., -t' <') J A'ES'hF'; JAUDON\ ,: ;,
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; \ the proceeds of his unholy and several It. ,,\., ,' ..
; work'at hundred dollars ,will be collected- in .
one election.The people = ,
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: are tired." the report says, "of this fines from the men who,sold It; but:' his been a< dream of tie people of Keyskid'or'ages'.which : ,
co continuous'4rma as a result are what advocates.oftheporefoodbni'want ;; ; 'ANNIVERSARY v. '; t
la about
; tote
': !: J:J "Hawkln.J B. L .:a..Iie .J.B.LummiM
", Inclined to &ly little attention"to the want U a laY;tnldetwhich the realized.' I the work la now fairly:an- ; 1IMCOK ,
primaries ...I th| 'conveatioes vhieii inaken. of the staff can.be prosecute, def way and it la believed that within as' : w

,are the very foundation of 'our political And this they say they-,will have. when four years It will be possible to 'ride The. MiamiGroceiaJ\ Co.

: system and are the times at the bill pusses from the furthermost parts of the coin- .. Of, 'INCIDENTS. '
It
try, on,a train through Key West and ; :,* Groceries ';,
late Havana. Great ferry boats, ,capable .S..i.'ead, Fancy'

of transporting four,whole trains ,. f VEGETABLES ';
FANCY -
RUITSond
PACTS FROM
FUN AND '
It ate to take them ,from ,the railway :
: terminus at Key West to the,Cabaacapttol. IN WHICH\BALTIMORE FIGURED '
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,"'--- On r stock of groceries'is comolete and i we think we cast supplyabout :

THE FLORIDA. STATE PRESSA ? and Mr. Flagierr vast' capital whose making I enterprise ..BEING CELEBRATED TODAY "- everything required in toe'bah in?,line.'.Our aim ia to keep' "

''only the i best', cuss of groceries-and our prices oa then will be ,
} Ibis condition possible, win:most Uke- ,, ,.INCIDENT.WAITHE, FIRING,ON ;
-' found tQ'be right. Goods delivered'promptly,to any part of thecit'
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"a 8LE'RGU'a If. >ee the day when the cold and an-
S NT tens can be prepared and lled.Po -
:, r Live. Oak,Democrat appreciative world will hail him grew ,MASSACHUSETTS, REGIMENT: Our W fruit and vegetable stock always fresh. Give. a call
The farmers and laboring men:01I But It Is the people of Key West who

Hamilton county hare It within their THE CAT. WAS MADA trill owe him the greatest debt 'ot .Telephone I 20; 335Twelfth Street Miami. Florida .

I ,power,to build good rock roads all over -- gratitude. From a steamer landing t -". I t
mad cat has been prowling around -
t fcelr to become of
city promises great
:
: ;the eoaatJ.If good roads :were built Byrd market1 for importance.: = The building ot the Panama :
the the farmers would oe ..:: : : J JI
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county
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over :
first,bit' a,negro. whoso name ,we did Canal-,will greatly facilitate memorable.Jay In the bistory'of this '- -
,the ones Lenefltted. The cost of mart not :learnt ,It attacked Wiley Byes. .i tlil.j I '
end. '
will
: Tampa ot ujsl'131
course
) the shot
country yean ago
Meting their crops' wouU be cut in ,
} but'was beaten off. Its next victim -
t& of Florida, but the Trt :
great city
.half. time labor and stock,would be was EJBynum. who was bitten In the use rejoices when the other cities pf
f: i saved: For instance; In- the present calf of the leg. Wednesday morning tae State get some of the good thing beard around the world' and just for- j

> ?;condition of the roads BOO pounds of it attacked W..H. GooJbread and that of the world.'- Tampa Tribune. .'" ty-Iveyears ago today Baltimore was \Armstrong's Meat ;Market I .

;eoton or other produce Is all that oneI gentleman dispatched the Jellne with I the'acene'of an Important event In .
horse can possibly pun to market. aclnb ,that, happened to be in handy 111. a ? the' history of the United State, the i' 1.- \ ,r -
'- ,and for a'distance of.ten miles it U reach. The cat had every symptomof WAS OWNER DROWNEOr S ?:, attack upon'the Sixth Massachusetts ,, "
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tan all day Job to market one load., ,On hydrophobia and It Is a good thug tCapLFrank' ;* regiment as It was on Its way to Washington IS, THE PLACE
Y ,the o.ther hand if good roads were established that it la now out of the way. -LIve 'Comforter'reports \ e. In defense of the Union. There ) .
of Island r 'I enormouspr ices for fresh
finding a coatand.ve.t on Doc yhy pay meats.waeayoa ,9.
the
OVer county the same animal i
still quite a number of a }
ak DemocratAN > are persons
on Tuesday by the Captain and can buy choicest cuts of Western and Florida MEATS
can pull 1.000 pounds and In one- tiring In this city today who rememberthat ? rt ? j
I.L .bait the time With the material for '_ .s crew oftb.e'. fishing, smack ,''Hetni April 19. nearly half a century 1: tot 'much ,less money ,at;Armstrong'sMeat.Market.Phone ] ., '
I EDITOR'ONTHE'.WARPATHFrom ,
stead. The coat contained a new ; : .
their construction In all part of ue ,' .. ago "
i: county our citizen should get together all Indications there will!(be black"sllkthankerchlef and, a bone '" The 'country was ia a 'turmoil then. 161. Corner.Avenue D and 11lti Slreelungs' ', 1
The coat was made by VeltreSym. {
!; and devise some plan for their con"strucUon. some highly Interesting edvelopmentsin comb.T Fort Sumter had been\fired uponthe
: Banner of Liberty. : circles' this -3 .:)(aeon. Qa. On, the insld : -
Jasper Tampa newspaper; Federal government had called for volunteers : IT1"i:
I" r ot a pocket of the vest was a card containing : i
l: week Editor Frank. A WalpoIe, former to put down the rebellion and .

,'r ADVENTURE, WITH,'SHARK editor of:the Tampa,Herald now the namesSam: Clegg".aadthin the stars and bars had been run to replace
also .
Ayeock Capt. Comforter
editor of the Manatee Record stated '
the star ,and stripe In
J;.: ..Adtfces come from Tampa thai 'a to a Tampa ,Time representative on found 'a' cloth cap on Dog Island on 07 the Southern States. Baltimorewas many
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,: ?(Greek sponge diver recently had a de-. Saturday afternoon that it was hla Intention Monday probably belonging to .the ,a hotbed of secessionists. $ Pharmacy:
,dedly exciting ,experience; with a of having Charles E.. Emerson owner of the coat and vest. How and when the Washington authorities i j.

'monster leopard shark'near Tarpon ,,general manager of, the .Tampa these articles got to the Island no onehereabouts attempted to pass armed men _J
;Springs.! The Greek was working IDa Herald, areated'bytkeFederal air knows. Apalachlcola the city there was trouble. through /:!""rfr4. FORATCD '

very fine sponge bed. about forty thorltles on, the charge of violating the Tlmes. ; On the morning of April 19. the 6th ,
when the share'sUpped .I>';a '" .
below the surtace.
feet laws\ In pursuance/of this
postal plan
Massachusetts Regiment and portions
suddenly upon him. The man Mr. Wai pole. on Saturday afternoon FOR LITTLECRIPPLES' HOME, of the 1st and 2d regiment of Penn A Drug StorelforThe, ; :,PeoP.le'
t" tamed to fight ,the shark,which deliberately -
visited the office of Court Commissioner tylvanla troops started across the city.

t. The knocked man managed him down to signal with his hUtall. Li L. Crane and secured blank afSdavits l I i IJNew They 'were' greeted with hoot and Thatr'sFout.'motto, and,;it has been the means of adding.hun.

;,, on which to make the charge I York, April 19 A grand charity Jeers and- shower of missies were died of list. !
;fellow divers'above' and was very new customers to our, Wet sell only the ..
He stated that he would have the warrants purJ
performance for the benefit of.th* hurled at them by the Immense throng; '
the water. The !
quickly continued drawn from the attack: but fortunately maJe out by his attorney; H. C. New York Home for Destitute Crippled of Southern, sympathizers. A soldier's est ugs\ All prescriptions,are filled! .by pharnu
1 shark >
> the man ,was taken out of the McFarlane and same would be sworn Children'; will be. given at the Broad. gun 'waa' accidentally'discharged, the cists. ,We'also carry the finest sodas and ire: Cream in the city
to. "Several days I wrote let- < l'te
1 ago a war Theatre this evening. Practical- mob made an assault and the soldiersfired :
water, before being Injured.Ex. ter C. R. Hawk, editor of the Herald '
to '
Vz I If*all the theatrical stars now play- a volley. Four soldiers and 2 Doors North of tPostofiW. iceIF
-change regarding business matter connected :Iqg In tile city have consented to contribute twelve citizens were killed and thirty- I'i f :
,; with that papers' said Mr. to the program and nearly evefry six soldiers anj s. great many citizens S _
.G.._ NEW FLORIDA 'ANK Walpole'a'nd I have evidence to the seat In the house Is sold out.The wounded :'. .' E. To ngaPreaj ,

/The' Democrat Is reliably Informed I effect that Mr. Emersan openej same. home, which Is at 141 West Sixty-first -
Oak Is to have another bank although the letter was marked''per- In November Human Blood Marks 1
that Live street, was established : :
;and It will ,be' backed by prominent sonal. and seed IL,; :This I* a violation 1904. chiefly through' the efforts otMrs. -- YOUR ;AUT01S1H I TROUBLE(.I CANFI.1TS,

business men of.our city, and,county.J of the law." which I do not'intend.. I A. L.I Erlanger. wile of the theatrical A tale of horror was told by marksof .
; B. Barton. H.' M. Wood and other overlooking. -Tampa ,Time: I manager; who In the work human blood In the home of J. W. \ ,
'well known men win be interested and among the poor In the west side tene Williams a well known merchant of :' Tire T .are Cured. ,or
of the Institution WHY, KEY WEST SMILES ha. carried on:for Sac Ky. He writes: "Twenty .ray:
,wlll be at the head tpeuts.which she years ; newon Sold.oabfe. Car* for hire.G. .
.The capital stock will very likely be The extension of ,the Florida East several years became particularly Impressed ago I had severe hemorrhages of the .
r :DOt less than 10000. The subscription Coast Railway :rom the maIn land to with the pitiful lot of'the lungs and was near death wuen I began J

& book ,will be open in a few days the city of Key West means more to crippled children of the very poor. taking Dr.,King's New Discovery. R. ZachariasDaniel's
; ,anj those desiring to take stock will that city than imagination can picture. Sht succeeded, In Interesting are. It cures hemorrhages, chronic coughs,
have :anopportunity:to do aa 'The The Island City, which lleretorore'II.. well.to-do and generous women friends nettled colds ant bronchitis and Is Mock Miai.r .
: bank will beo rganlzed and operated been: Isolated from the rest of -the who succeeded In getting togetherfqndswUhwhlA the only known cure 'or weak lungs. "

:,ass a, State:bank, and,the:dOorJ..,will world willbe) .brought into fellowship I the.house where Every bottle guaranteed by all druggists -\
.4.ifl .* SOc and $1. I Trial botle tree. te'R.I IlIod .....07 Park. !(
he_open for.buslaess as soon aa.quar, wI&L athex potttssc! popdatlon > It:. the homanvtr.j.wss"phrchafe. I,



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THt DAILY MIAMI MtTROMLM THURSDAY, APRIL It, 1MC
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DEMOCRACY: eratlag by' electricity or other, pOwerto aai.0eaa, or It** equivalent, -with the
THIS It TRUE
1 be approved by the city. council of Interest payable seml-aaaaaUy at tie p '
the city ot Mlamlineraafter.;a single Fort, Dallas National Bang, at Miami.of .
Articles. of Faith as Laid Down A1l said bonds'to.mature and
\ bYI traekillne of.railway,,tor-traasporbv Fie;
' Thomas Jefferson 'tins purposes with nom, branch** beoome due at the expiration of thirty Bank of Biscayne
&, ,. switches and turn opts oa said street 180). years from the, date thereof. Bay
The Fort Pierce Tribune believing as may be necessary, and to owa and Bonds shall be dated. when' issued
there Is such a growing tendency to operate said street railway, for the couaterslgaed and attested. That
r forget the&fUel" of faith of the full term of SO yean from and after said;bonds shall be ,aold.at, not less .0
Democratic'Party. as laid down by the passage of this ordinance; the thai their par value. S I '' .,
,. Thomas Jelr....... produces the eam.. streets nod avenues over which sail $ec.4.;.Itiat each/of aaldMbouJswaeaIssMed 'I ORGANIZED 1896 r "
_.* being(described 'aDd' executed shall be .. II .
They are::?,, ;; right ol..y as granted properly 1
The people the only source of legislative a* follow: deb erect to the Commissioners of

power. Commencing at the city limit -i Public W wks, who shall after advertisement .
The absolute and everlasting severance the western end ot 12th street thence for bids for the period otthlfty 'I : (, n- Y s.< r .; -.. t'
,1. '4.church and State. running east on 12th street to Boulevard (30) days proceed to sell the Vurplui 350000. over $200.000,00Statement
", The reedom. sovereignty and Indepcndec : thence oa Boulevard to 14th sate at not less than their par value Capital 27300. Deposits!
of the respective States. street: thence oa 14th street to Avenue ao"1| the proceeds arising from such
,;' The union a confederacy compact; D; thence aorta oa Avenue. D to sat*-ahall be paid Into the CJtyTreasurlby -
,- neither a consolidation nor a'centralization. city limits. ;: the Commissioners' of Public -
.
:, Again beginning at dty limits ipu Works, aaJ the City Treasurer, snail .p.t I
the Board of Pabllc Works
of the union glik to
Special
The constitution a
BrickeD avenue|'aad
of
February
south end
tils Receipt therefor the at the close of business l
writ of granted power limited ana running oa said avenue to 20th street sad place same ,
to :Ux ,credit of the Board of Public .
defined.' to military and thence oa 20th street to aveaae D Wgtks'to be disbursed bf them 1I4erIh L' 23 1906 as to the State ..
The dvU power paramount thence north oa avenue D to. ... reP9rted Comptroller <
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direction of the City CouacU. And
power.The bridge. ___
representative to obey the instructions the money arising from the sale ofsail
Again beginning at north ead ot
of his constituents. bonds shall not be diverted from
bridge OB avenue ,' D'and running th4.'. for which said bonds are
Elections free and suffrage universal. purpose -'
.' thence to 12th street; thence east oa Issued..XSec. t .
12th street to avenue B: theace aorta .
,
No hereditary office, order or title.' : t: .That a special election shall
theses
avenue B to-6th street; Resources '
No taxation beyond the public want on bet:called and held la the city of Miami
Ctheaee
west oa 6th street to avenue ,
No national debt if possible.No oa the fourth Tuesday IB May A :
north C to city limits. ,
costly splendor of admiration. Beginning on avenue again at the iuctScor D4;106. for the purpose of submitting Loans and discounts .. .. ... .. . .$$159.851.

No proscription of opinion or of pub- avenue C and 6th street thence south ,to the qualified registered voters Real 1 Estate owned. ... . . eo . 17.531.91
lc discussion. .. of abe) City of Miami the question of '
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.No unnecessary I interference la in on avenue.C to 14th 'street th
dividual.conduct, property or speech.No Again'beginning C lat at atreet'tkncerunning the Junction ot- Thousand Dollars $100.000). ot dty Current expenses i. . . . ... . 1.261.B3 ;
and
avenue< bolidThat shall ho
favored classes and DO monopo, no person allowed :
west oa 1st street to city limit:
area to vote In said election ,who Is
r .No public'moneys expended except thence running south oa Proat avenue not"a registered voter of the city of Cash ,Account -
by warrant of .pedal appropriation. to Sth street: thence:east oa em Ulami. and a resident of said city and ,I y
; No-mysteries of government Inaccessible street'to avenue J;- thence south oa who1 shall not own real estate situated U. S. Bonds . ... . . . .2200.00

: to the public eye. avenue 8tb. street J to to Sth North street River; thence street across and within! ..the limits of said dly"'.poll Due from Banks. . . . . 58379.50 i
compensation for public services which the taxes have been pat_forth
."; Public: salaries moderate and pervading on It to 12th street., '' year when the ta>es were last due Cash in Vault . . . 39942.29. ;

ewnomy., 'Agala beginning at'the Junction ot and]'who shall not: be \is> ..cualilecie Total available cash. .. ...' .. .. 100.521.79 ,;
avenue Band 20th.street and running la all 6ther respects uDder. .the ili iIr t iIi it
,Devirs t.t.Torture. west" to city limit*.and taeace cltjfordlnances.: .J j
...1 back oa 20th to avenue L.lheace north Sec.: C That'the mayor of the dty of Liabilities 282.28T: -

its' i* -Is ao worse than the terrible case of oa avenue L to South River street; Miami shall Issue his proclamation.glrtng [
\ that afflicted 10 Then thence northwesterly oa. South River. notice of such election the time w Y
I Piles
*,', Salve, sad less that abox permanently Aim beginning at the junction of. abU) be held the qualifications of the Surplus . .'. ... . . ; . : : . 3,500.00 "
avenue 0 and 12th street .... running electors, and the names of the Inspectors
: cured me. writes L; 8. Nap Dividends not'called f . 140.00
> pier of Ruggles; Ky. Heals all wounds north' oa' avenue' O.to city lim 'and clerk, who ere to conduct the r.- '. . .

bums and sores like magic.; 2S cents its. talipe.-and ,the time for the opening Earnings accounts. .: .... :; . . . 1,433.81 .

",. at all drgglsts. venue Again 0 beginning and 12th at street the Junction aad running ot. and proclamation the closing shall of the be polls advertised which In said a Bills payable i . .. . i eo : . . 25000.bO '

PROPOSALS FOP PAVING south "on avenue G to Miami aef paper published la the city of Mi Cashler.schecks. . . . . .. . 994.J e, A

: river.;::' Apia beginning::ate, aveane ami''for the period ot thirty (30). days Bank deposits... .,. . ... . .,. . 9,854.8Certificates

, Office of'Com.: ot Publ c'WorD.' C Passed and running 1 thl*;west tthj day to avenue of;,April.D. .,A.ace neil' preceding.'7 That, there such shall election.Hec. be.!appointed_ ..: of deposit . ... . . .. . 15,732.6819&326JB6 '

; Miami. FU, April 10. 190C. D'; 1106. by S the.City Council three Inspectors Individual deposits . .. . .:. . ,
the tl'
if Sealed bids will be received by r. H. WHARTON'
and:tone clerk of election'who shall
Board of Public Work at the city President of city CouncilLUesteJ $282. 81J91
;', building' anUI IJO p. m., Monday,, ', f" coadiict said election. and ttt. names
,
r olhuch; inspectors and clerk shall be
May 7. IMC. for grading and paving M.. R.- KELLDM.' City.derk. .
.. certified to the Mayor and said elecUo -
i iof
r 7th street from the east line ot Avenue (Seal) l-\ ._ *): shall conducted: according'totae' a The Statelaw requires that a bank shall keep 20'per'ce fit:

t D to the to,west be-done,line from of the curb BoGIenr.LhY1llC to curb, 'Approved thbi Uti!"'da'" "' ot April jlrortalODa'of the State Law.' The Its deposits In cash or with' reserve banks. This bank, as ;

A. D, HOC., names of the Inspectors and clerk;who will be the above statement has' 40 cent. of
with Miami rock of fineness sufficientto JOHN 8KWEU. seen by ; over. per 'j
shall conduct said election;are as fol-
;r:' make perfectly satisfactory Job Mayer. SQ*_: .. ,Its deposits available: In cash. ,No bank 'In the state make; a 'J
with end profile
la to accordance be given by the grades city engineer and ](aspectors t : A..J. -!Kolb, R. 'J. Math ,totter showing or Is In better condition to serve Its.deposit::0rs: 1
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aader his direction. I V N ORDINANCE er*'aad ChM.' A.;iUnn; Clerk John 1
A certified check for $100.00 must HrJCbeatham. The polls shall be opened I
J' accompany this bU. The successful ;at' I. o'clock-." m.", and close '.* > I'j
Ari 'or4tJa&De 1tt1IartIbIc the Isann Of
sundown.The ballot to be used at
the ot 2M .f'
bidder to give bond la sum |
.s .
: On Hundred Thousand DoUara otdty ]
the satisfactory performance ot said election shall be prepared by UaeCu. ...
for
[r "
bonds.ot the -City of Miami. ,
Council and shall be In the following
the contract. Bvelopes to be marked .
State of Florida authorlxiag aa elec form:. "For City Boads:. ,aDd ,
Proposal for;grading ,and ,paving ,
: h
":':' '. tics for such purpose and providingthe Against City' Boada"ec. I I
tth atreet :
: Board' reserve* 1 the right to rejectany' mehod ot holding such ateeura $ 8.'; That Immediately I 'after thec1Ong : T1' H'T' -
the City Couacu '
it ordained
De by
'- r :
:'i and Bll/feld : of the poll, the Inspectors and HReiFortllasNatioua1&llk
Miami
of the aty ; jVi
'of. /
f V i o..lJI..In.-.I' : ; cork of said election shall proceed to ;
: JL B..,JCeUv.m. CJaa1rmaL, Section,1.,ThaTthe, City of<< Miami count the vote cast at said election : ; I
Clerk:., Is hereby authorised to Ism and sell "Fftr City, Bonds' and' Against.City
bonds to the amount of Oa* Hundred B llIIaOO ,and' saaU/pr.par*J Japlicat ,
PROPOSALS FOR PAVING, Thousand Dollars.for: municipal Improvement lisia, showing tae'.voto1 east!tor'each
*, the mid amount being and; aItaIl, certify the correctness of ;
.
_
I 'Omen of,Ono. ot.FabUe .Works. | lessthaa, fifteen per ceafot the nor the r same.;aad;one of said certifieuUst h ._ ,
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Miami*Fla April 1St!**.' ,eaeedj rataaUaa of}an real estate | under seal, shall lie banded by aatnapector'to
Sealed bids will ....received by the .and >ersoaal property for, eM year. the' dty Clerk,aad diu I.
fcoard of Public Work_ at,the ,dty 1t05.t, Provided,-.the mess ant ale other. certified list, also'' under aeai, J 6774
'ot said bonds are ratified by pro shall be 1I.&D4e4.1O the President of .'
!
gliding until *:1O Monday. ,
-i- p.m., ':\ i : '
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Stay 7. IMC for gradlaj and pavta., .thirds: oftlto: registered voters of said th*,City Council; provided that the taspsctors .
pth street from the east ttae of Aveaneft city, who shall be owners ot real as- appointed ,to, conduct said
to De'west line of the Boulevard.Faviag tat., within said city aAdtpoaaaaalacthe electloa may require each elector offerIng 4r :; '
to be done Loom curb to curb cuaUleaUoaa hereinafter set forth ,w vote at said election to furnish Sii "

:. with make Miami a, perfectly rock of fineness satisfactory ramdeeta ;Job at for. 'a that special' purpose.Sec. election.. ,called and held. regiuaite'qualVstIOU proof that said elector a*possesses here deAJUhLIWIc. the :United States DeP, +. :::::' Depi011i:1 State of :Florida ;

a accordance with grade and profile 2..TJaat'I4, beads I shall i betasned : >.;,That on the first Monday af-
; be gives by the city engineer and and sold la the several smonnis Lecka 14 electl-rj or as soon thereafteru

'of' inder?;hi* direction. y ,and for the municipal, purposea named practicable.; the City Council sail ,
-"
':i } A'"eertlfiea'check"for 'loct'.OO mailhccempany belove. totwkt: j oqr cep 1 coafeae and proceed to canvass the

this bU. The neceafal For the purpose ot ooastraettaf rot} cut at such.election.aad If. It Report<< of condiliof .on. April 6th. 1906.!! as reported<< to
%bidder to give bond la the ram of |2M and malMilnlBg a system ot sewerage shall appear that said issue ot bonds I "

,forthe. satisfactory performance ot or for otherwise promoOag the health shay hive hem ratified and approved the Controller. of the '(CunrencyCondensed.Loans

the.C9Dtraet., velopes ..to be.marked of_the dty. 'to the amount of .Thirty I byte; affirmative vote of two-third ,.,
proposals'for-grading '.-4. paving Thousand Dollars (130.000)--,' be .of itbe qualified elector of said dtyowning "
",. tcSth etreeC- called and known aa Sewer Boadav real estate upon watch taxes :':,
li -n Board reserve the right io"reJect For the .purposecf opening, wldea- I have been paid .as .herela provided ..-
)(say; $I&tIde t t i r_ .'' t lag read Dsvingthe streets aa4 aldewaiurof. within the city limits, then such bond Resources
j.fj thta: )(..In't the;:.dtytof the amount ot Issue shall be valid and the City Oouadlahall :
t II M.R., nam. CJaa1rmaL Twenty Thailand Dollars (120400), : 1 1 Clerk., to be caned and known aa Street Improvement and'.delver the executed bonds to the ," '
BocUbv Ci> ; fnlssloiiers oC Public Worka.Sec. and discounts. ... J... ...... ... .... ....... ... .. ...;412, 70.60
For the purpose of nectar a pb..a ._ 10.j That all, ordinance* and
tClnORDIN! I.building,''to be constructed of Miamirock part* of. ordinances In conflict herewith Overdrafts, secured. ..! . ..... .:. .... ... .. ....... .;.. .. .: .j8, 47.78: ::
be and the same are hereby re- r ';j
the'amoaat
ot
,t .Aa Ordba&llc. 'amu41l1C' ai'Ordi I Thousand to Dollars (fSOJMO Twenty to: oe yen Ie4. U. B. Bonds,' andpre lam ..:.. ..:...;*... ..;.. .. .... ... 71ti6o.OOOther j
That this ordinance '
<.was entitledA' Ordinance I called and known as 'City BuildlagBoads. take Bee.effect 11. from and after Its passage.shall stocks and Bonds... ..... .. ... .. ... .... ....1.- .4i.6op.00, -i
.
i. ; i jt'lI .
:
)t'craattac the right to'build, owa, malmHtala For the- ,purpose cc .."'"4tll&, approval by the Mayor. and publication Bankingloase.. .. .. t .. ...,..' ...;.... ... ... ,... .. ,.. .50, too.oo.
aad operate a street car or trot"Cjey maintaining and oaaiplas a Flra:Departmeatri requlred by law ,%: :

1" :a7eniwlthin. ''''tae'"HmlUof'tdty tothe &moDt' a<<'na.a Passed this' llth day of April. A. D, Due from banks and I! S. Treasurer ... ..... .. .... 74 57.92
ot Miami.; Florid, and. prescrtb- Thousand Dollars (SIS, OO). to be UM. .. F.H. Wharton :

lag penalties tor the YiolaOoa ot ta* called and known aa Fire Dspartmeat. Attest:.. ..President. of City Council Cash in vault .... . ... ... ...........::.... ....I.. .'. ... ..: {7', 5' .83
provision ot<< tbaam_ *." Passed Bonds: May Its. JM5. algae F'WSHaPrwldext >ta. For the paiposi oflopealas; ; coo Approved I this"llth day ot April.'A. : $725/235.13 -'
;
CUT Clerk with seal ot city; approved parks and promenades 1oeate.I1t'tWa' Mayor.'. I .,.'.
May 100. INS. slgaed JOB Sew- the city limits. to the amount otFlfteea DI
S
eQ. Mayor. Thousand Dollars' (flf, OO), NOTICEHealed .
Jfe It ordained ky' the city twang to be.called and knows aa Park'aadPromenade ,' LiabilitiesCapital. ,
of thsl tty felt.Miami; ;Section'a .. Boads."' :Jt. tetra bids. for ,,laying eight, Inch ,J ,.
That Secttoa 1 ot<< the ordinance em Sec. S. That the said city Bonds cotta'se..er oa IMh street from
titled "An ordinance to gnat tie right be Issued la five different .......to- manhole la' BrIckeD Avenue to Avenue
to.baD4. own' maintain and operate wit: The Sewer,Bonds ta a seriee D. and thence uong Avenue D to Surplh4andundivided profits ......... ... ... .. .... 6,766.67: ::1
a street car or troney aysteai -wltila numbered from 1 to'SO.' ladustva. counect with manhole at center of 18th
; :Ue'Ilmlta'of .the, city :of j:Miami The Street Improvement Bonds Ia'al street win be' received' by the Board National Bank Notes.... .... ... .. .. r .u. .... 52, 00.00

norida.'aad prescribing penalties for series numbered from I to 20. laclaa- of/rpubllc council Woru'at.room., May their 7. meeflagIttVfclty 1SKXL DEPOSITS.... .. .... :. J. . ..... .... ..'' ''.. .566468.46 ::1 I
..tae'vlolatiaa"of the prorUkmc ot lye ,The O1ty.Bu11d1ac' Bolds la a '
'
:
.....*-Passed. May..4. UOS,,signed series numbered from cue to St. taeluslve. 'Bidders\ to!do.' all necessary .work .01 :; S725,23f.13 1
r. W. Hahn. presUeat: atteatedwith The Fire Dspartmeat Bonds sad furnish all materlalL. :Work tow .
seal by. M. B. Kennm. dty clerk and, In,a' series sambaed from 1 to 11, \none under\the- supervision of the i iJ
approved May,10.*.uos..aJpe4, Job Inclusive.' The Park and Promenade city engineer. Plans, profiles aDd J :
*Beea.Mayorr-b4 and'the same is Bonds la' a'' series from 1 toil ladustve. specifications can be seen In the offlceol L ,
'hereby amended to: read as' follow ,,, 'All ot<< which shall be slga /,the' clerk of the board. .
to 11 eClby....:Mayor. couaterslgaej : by f Certified 'check'tori &IDOUI t. of The Fort Dallas National Bank offers to all customers old ana newevery'favor

f ectioa i.i? Be?* It" cria 8 cIarf.t the;. President! ,of :the < City Coaadl. 1100. must accompany each bid. '' consistent with sound banking ideas, and accomodatiOn in keeping '
Satisfactory bond'In tae; sum of every r
;city Conncfl of the dty ot Itamt. Florida and attested by the City Clerk, aa
that B. .B..Tatwn. J. H..Taton. & der the seal of Ole auU.- $500 to be given by, successful bidder with their balances and financia standing. -
M. Tatwn. A. A. Oery and W. M. ami That said toads shaQ'bs U- for:completion of work la perfect IlIaD

Brova;,their associates, successor, sued In deaomlasrloaa of One Thoua- nay;, Board reserves 'the right-to.. reject I
and assigns hereinafter referred to as and Dolan(Sl. OO) each and shall 'any'and'all. bids .. I
graatees. are hereby granted 'exclusive bear.>Interest at the rat ot l vJI) :W! 00. A-McKlnnon, .. I
right of way. over anJer and noa > per. ceat.' per annum_ with Interest 1''Chairman.Board: of Public, Works.'M.'E. .. .
the"atreete and avenues ot the coupons attached,.slgaed la.lIke ... ; Kennm, Clerk. :Wm. M., Drown. President 6eo. R. &If'' &: :(Cashier)

dty;;ot:Miami, Florida hereinafter aer as I the.boads.Che.:priadpal sad ..'\, ,
described and named for the purpose Interest payable la gold its ot the :..JV&Dte4Cleaa cotton'rag at this >

ot<<. eoDStracOftg.. malataining- .and'op Called_States.ot standard weight;lid oaee.
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e THE-DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS .THURSDAY. APRIL If, 1MC
PAGE TEN
tl< I

THIS- IS'TRUE 'DEMOCRACY crating by electrtdty'or other,power: fineness,..or' Its equivalent, with' the .. .
1 to be approved by the city, council of. Interest payable eml-annaally at tie li
the city of Miami.hereafter a single Fort'Dallas National Bank; at Miami.fla :
Article of faith ae Laid Down by 1 j track line of.ra lwy,for tnuwporta- All of said bonds'to mature sad .
. I
... Thomas. Jefferson 1 lion purposes with snob branch**, become due at the expiration of thirty Bank of
;,. I switches and turn out oa said streets ISO year from the date thereof. Bay BiswyneIRGAN
I. The Fort1' Pierce Tribune' believing I as may be necessary', and to own and Bonds"" shall be dated when issued .1
there Is such a' growing tendency to operate said street railway for. the countersigned and attested.: 'That
'" forget the article of J I faith of the foil term of SO year* from and after said;;bonds shall lie.sold at not lea : .,

DemocraticParty, as laid down by the passage of this ordinance; the that-their par value 'b',. .,
'! Thomas JefiVrson., prouuces the same. streets and avenue over which ...aright Sea '4.,clha't acJL of sald.bonds when- : 'i c\ I I -""
IZCD
They are;:.; 1 1" 3 ot way as granted being ide- lesQ4 and properly executed snail be p 1896; ,, \.' _
The people the only source of legislative scribed as follows: delivered to the Commissioner of ;
power. Commencing at the city limit -i Public Works who shall after advei-
The absolute ant everlasting severance the western end of 12th street,thence trae lent for bids for the period ot '
of church and State. running east oa 12th street to Boulevard thirty: (30) days proceed to sell the ]
Capital 27300. 1 I $200.000.00 .'
The reedom. sovereignty and lndependec .. : thence oa Boulevard to '14th ..uilll.at not less tans their par value, Surplus $3.500.00. Deposits over
of the respective States. street; thence on 14th street to Avenue andTJhe proceeds arising from' such
The onion a confederacy compact: D: theoce north oa Avenue .D to sale! shall be paid Into the City Treasury I I
neither a consolidation nor a centralization. city limits. by the' Commissioners ot*Public
iS Works and the City Treasurer snailgiveto
; .. limits
Again beginning at city on
!( the Board of Public Work
spec1a1 writ of granted power. limited anu south running end oa of said Brlckell avenue to avenue ZOth street and his receipt; therefor and place the same Statement at the) close of business F el) ary .
to tie credit of,the Board of Public .
defined. / .
and thence on 20th street to avenue D
thence north on avenue D to t0. Works to be disbursed by them'under 23, 1906, as reported to the State Comptroller tI ;;
: the[t Irectlon of the City Council. And :
;;. The representative to obey the In. bridge. __J the,,money arising from the sale of
beginning at north end. of '
Again
structlonsof his constituents. such bonds shall not be diverted from
S- Elections free and"suffrage universaL bridge on ave.ue/D'114 running titeiurpose;: for which said bonds are '
: .. thence'to 12th street; thence east oa12th taeueL.t" I I .. S
street to avenue B; thence north
No hereditary olllce. order or title. Sec. S.' That a special election shall
avenue Bnto.tth street;. thence !
No taxation beyonj the public want on be called and held ta the city of Miami esources.
west oa 6th street to avenue Ctaence .
::? No ,national debt, if possible. on the fourth Tuesday in May. X ./
C to city limit J
north on avenue 2
No'costly splendor of admiration. Beginning again at the Junction of D-il>06, for the purpose of submitting r Loans discounts . . .'. . . . .$159,851.13/

1e No 41I1eu..IOL proscription, of' opinion. or of pub-.. avenue C and 6th street, thence' south of t41s*,Jo City the qualified of Miami, registered the question voters of Real Estate owned:I. . . . .. . .. 17.531.9l[

No nnnecessafy Interference c In In- oa avene C to 14th' street the issue and sale of said One HundredThousand Furniture and flxtures. . . . . . 3.11525 ;

'JJvldnal. conduct, property or speech Aplll beginning and let at street the,.Junction thenceran-ofaveuue4C Dollars (100,000). of city .1 Current expenses . . . . ... . 1.261.83 ,;;
4; No favored classes and no .monopo bond That no person shall be allowed / :
ning west on let street to city limit: to vote In sail election',who i* / '
lies.No,public, moneys expended'exceptby thence running south oa Proat avenue oot;* registered voter of the'city of .Cash. Account s;
warrant of special appropriation. to 6th street: thence' can on Gift Miami and a resident of aald City, and J
No mysteries of government Inaccessible streets to avenue J; thence south oa .rhOiihall not own real estate situated U.S. Bonds . . :. . . .$ 2200.00 :

: to the public eye. avenue 8th street J to to 8th North street River: thence street across and within .the limit of said city upon Due from Banks. . . . .. 58.37950 :.?
Public compensation for public services whlc the taxes have been palL for '
;;: ; salaries moderate and pervading on It to" 12th street' : the year when the Wes were. last due, Cash In Vault. . . . . . 39942.29 i

'. economy.OcviTa.' ApiabecIDaIar at tbs Junction of and;-who shall not be a t qualified Total available cash. .. . .-. .. / i. 100521.7 :
; '", avenue B and j 20th:street sad running elector la all other respects. under the iw ifc ." Ib 111
Island Torture west to city limit &acI. ace cll,<.ordIUD<<:eL : 282,281.9,1 3

; ..., back: on 20th to avenue LUIeaceoa north "'Sel. C That the mayor of the city ofMlajhl Liabilities
avenue L to South Elver street; I .1 1
U no worse than the terrible case of shall Issue his proclamation.
; 10 Then thence northwesterly.'South aver giving notice of inch election;the time .
that afflicted me
Piles years.
I' was advised to apply Bucklea' Ar- street to city limits., : ,' aad.;place.:*ten and where the same I Capital Stock. ... . . ,/. . ., . 27.300.00 .:

attn.Salve mad less thaa a box permanently Again. beginning at the Jnnctlea of shall;;be held, the qualification or the Surplus . . . .... (..... ... ..... .3,500.00' ,;
avenue O and 12ta ,street and run electors'and the name of the Inspectors / "
f cured' me. writes L. 8. N.ppier. aIDe north on avenue.G to city lim clerk Dividends not called fo ;: . . ., '. . 140.00 -,
of gaggles; Ky:Heals all wounds Mod who en to conduct the .
burns and sores like magic.- 25 cents its., .. r. ,, same; 'and ,the time for the openingand Earnings accounts.: ; . ... . . 1.433.8V "

at all drgglsts. avenue Again 0 beglnntag and,'12th street the Junction:and rat of proclamation the dosing jnoll of the be polls advertised, which in said a Bills payable ; .. . . . . . . 25,000.00 .:.

..:; PROPOSALS FOP PAVING sing south .on ,avenue ,0 to Miami newspaper published In the city of Miami Cashier's checks . . . .1. . . .j. 994.1'jF '

'I river. Again beglnntag3at avenne' ;tor the period ot thirty (30) day 'Bank depositS.. '' ... . . . 9,854.38 ;,)
.' C and running west to arena D. _. ,
nexiprecedJng inch election.
'Office,'of Com. of PublicWork I II Passed "i this 1 Sth|.day of:.April..,XDV Bee,'7 That there shall be appointed Certificates of/deposit . .. . . ., .\. 15732.68 1

;f 1. Sealed MIamI bids will Fla be. received by the I IMC. T. H. WHARTON" .,, ': by ,the.City Council'three Inspectors ,Individual deposits. . . . .. . . 198326.86$282281.S .
clerk of who shall
aad.poe election
F" Board of Public Works at the city President of City Council: 1
conduct said election and the namesof
ulU 8:20-p. m.,' 1IoIa4aJ.'f" 'n'J f I '
k bunding Attested -
such inspectors and clerk shall be
May 7. 106. for grading and paving M., R.' Km: .UII.' City/Clerk '
; certified the
and said elec-
to 'Mayor -1
!. 7th street from the east line of Aveaue (Seal) 7. /r UottjgShall; conducted. according to I The State law requires that a bank shall keep 20 per, cent.oflts ,
.1.L .
D to iN to west be done line from of the curb BoWenr.LPat1Dc to curb>>, !'Approved this llth'day 'of-'April provisions of the Slate Law. The deposits In cash. or with reserve' banks: This ,bank. '1

a::: with Miami rock of fineness sufficient D. 1M4V JOBK8CWELLttayor. II samei of tile Inspectors and clerk:who ,will be seen by the abc ve statement, has. over.;40 per cent. fits 'j
(. to make perfectly; satisfactory. Job I shall conduct' said electIo"'are... a* folIo" -' '
;] deposits available, cash. No bank;. In the state makes [ :
.. ,
la accordance with grade and profile ;' '
.., to be given by the city engineer and Inspectors: A, J. Keib.'a.'J.Mathera'Apd "hotter showing' or Is .In a better condition to serve its
.sY' I,... udder his direction. AN ORDINANCE: Cha*. A. Mann; .Clerk. John i depositor' i
A certified check for"$100.00 moat H.-Cheatham. The poll sbalf-! be opened /
"i, this bid. The successful M 8 o'clock. a. m.', and dose ac.audon. .
accompany
Aa'ordinance sufhorttlng the ton"ofOne v Th ballot to be used at '
bidder to give bond U the sum ot S2M ]
f. for the ,satisfactory performance- :Hundred'Thousand Dollar otdty said election shall be prepared by the -
'
.!. the contract.'Bvelope to be marked bond of 'the Ctty of, Miami. City and snail be la the following -
State of norli1asnthnr1ilBg aa *ieUoa form:, "For City Bonds": and"Agatn.t ,
t 'Proposal for. grading .and paving .
if for suck purpose' and providingthe City:Bonds."

v 7tatrt.Board reserve the right to,reject. I mehod of holding inch eieeura.B .I 84 8. That Immediately after:the i
.i a&d alltldr It ordained by- tIaoI.CIty- Couaeu closing of tile poll, the Inspector and
nay J Ji .
i: \ t Q..1.tMatti.o:.lt 'ot the OKI; otXldamf3 j V L" 1 cierfc of said election shall proceed to

11.'JL Jf eUam, Chairman, Sectioa 1. That tile.City ot Miami count the votes cast at said lectio* '
:: .Cterk.. 1* hereby authorised to lava ad Mil "For;'City Bond-and "Agalut city
bond to the amount of One Hundred. Boa4- and? shall,prepare[;plicate .1

PROPOSALS FOR PAVING improvements Usu:'showing,the;voter cast tor each
t I' and shall certify.ythe :correctness ofthei'iamaludae i-nited
of .Com. PublicWork si| less,thaa: Bfteem per.eeat.1.of ta* **- ( 'ot said certifleuUt4
J, MiamiFlaJ April,Ifc/lMt?* soesed jralaaUoa ,ot j an real ostate Jinder seal;shall be banded by aa
;if' old wm be received by. the and personal property for GIll year inspector'to'the' City Clerk and la* 'I'
:Board of Public Work, at ,the .city IMS. Provided, the Issue aad.-al* othr certifiedlist,,also under ej,
!bunding until 1:10. p.. m..( Monday of .said bond'ar* ,ratified by Iwo shall?be handed to the President of

... flay 7. 106, for grading :and pavfe third" of,to* registered voter ot aid the i City Council provided that the Inspector
fcta street from the east Ua*of Avenue city; who shall be owners of real appointed j to. conduct, said
2> to the west line of the Boulevard. i9f.within *alddty aad poMtas election may require each elector offering -
7avlc to be don .from curb to onto.It the ,.. MUU rock of fineness mmdeotn at a special election'called" and. bald. pru t, that said elector possesses the ::::
make. a perfectly. satisfactory>Job for, thatpurpose. reqiUslte'qualifications a* here defnee.sec. .
pa accordaac with grade and profile Sec. ::2., Tnat slid bond abed U >.;.That oa the first Monday af- ,
$o be give by the city engineer and Issued and sold la the several amounts Lets'hL1Q election or a* soon thereafter

uder.bin direction.'_ .. and for the municipal: purpose named aa.practicable, the City Council: shall
;. I AerU.*d-eheck;tor flOO.OO" mnstaccompany belowetodrGf *"- sf-':% -- "j ; convene and proceed to canvas the

thl* bid ,The raccenfal For the ot oaeJtracOag vott>reast at such election and If It :
purpose edition 6th. 1906. reporteI t : i ithe
Report of April as"
bidder to give bond la the nun ot KM and maintaining. a system ot aewerase ahal; /appear that said Issue of bondsshaU'have ;, iOO' o

for the satisfactory performance ot or for otherwise promoting the health been ratified and approved of the "
:. .the.contract..Breiopes to be marked of, the,city. to the amount ot Thirty by lae affirmative'vote of tw -t1IIrdi Gurrenty.toodensed ,
: 4-"proposals for grading and paving Thousand Dollar($30.000).--'to:.\ be of the qualified elector of said City fADp" f
r;fth fltreet. called and known a* Sewer Bond. owning real ewtate upon which taxes
'1 y t Board teMn_ the right to reJect For the .purpose.of opening,.widen- aaan] been' paid as herein provided ,
b 1! aat pet''aJI bide 'w f. ., ,. lag and ...'IDethe Ernst..aad Ida- wltala the city limits then such bond Resources
1f4 t :. : 1..L ffln-- walks er Ute dty,'toiC1ae::amount ot Issue" shall be valid sad the City Couadl
t 'I't 11.,B. Kellum nislrmsi Twenty Thousand Dollar ($20,801). "ahall proceed to ,issue; the same.and.dellver -i.
Clerk., to be called and known a* Street Improvement .. .; th* executed bond to th* '
,- Bond Co... nl.'OIIerI ot Public Work Loans and discounts... ... ..'.. .. ... .. ................,.$412,0170.60 1
.f<< For th purpose of erecting a paiMtebunding Bee., 10.; That all ,orMaancuand : .

CITY ORDINABCEAa ,:to be constructed. at Miami pare; of, ordinances la conflict here- pyerdraf 8..ecored. .. .. ... ... .. .. ......... .. ..... .;: J8,77.7
witft'/b/ and the are hereby re .f'
same
rock to the amount of
I 4 Aa Ordinance "amenrtlng aa''()rd> Thousand Dollar (10.000). Twenty to: oe pealed.,: ,. n ., U. B. Bonds, and.pr um .. ....... .. ... .,.. ... .... '71,0 .OQ 4

.t aaaee, entitled: "Aa "Ordiaaace called and known- a* City Bolding. taU See.,dect 11. from That and this after ordinance Its passage.shall Other stocks and Bond..... ..... ... ........ ... ........ :.41, ::00' j
Bondi' : .Xrl ::
grant>a the right to bvUd. ova;sal \ .
f approval by the Mayor and publication
Mtala sad for the purpose 0(. ,eltabn4hL Jaw '' Banking Honse., .... ... .... ... ... .. ..... 50. .00, '0
street toolley' by ,
u
operate a .ear or maintaining qulptng a lira Department required ;

*' system .wlthla.the, ,Rmtti'o[''Qe, to'the 'amount"or.,tutees Passed this llth' day of April Al: D. bile from banks and'U.. S. Treasurer ..: .... .. ... .. 74,6 7.92 .
City ot Miami-ftId I. Lad prescribing Thousand Dollar (SU400).' to be toLl; ; 1' H.;Whartoa, 'J

penalties for the Tlolatloa ot toe celled sad known aa The Depsr;meat Attest, :-. ,President- of City Council. 4' CaL4h in vault: . ...... .... ... ... ... ... ...:.: ..;. ... 47,7 '3".83: .
provision of the, la.." sued Bonds. : ,' :P I ; -M. B. Kellnm. City.Clerk.
'
May .4ta. IMS; dgned" r. For th* p2posi offotwaiajtv): : ooautructing' Approved' this llth day of April, X $725,2 5.13 .
8 nom
D.; ,,lob Sewell .
Preside; Attested bf lL sad maataisteg JIIIbUe ? .. j
CUT Clerk with seal of city; apprord park and promenade located within 90& J' Mayor.rr ..
May IMa. UOS. signed Job Sea the city limit*. to th* amount .f blIlttes
0. Mayor. Fifteen Thousand Dollar (SIS OO). NOTICE '
lie It.ordalaed by the city eonaebof to be called: and known a* Park and .. .
tbi l ttty' t,Miami ;1ectSoa One, Promenade Bono? *. t .pealed bid for'liyingeight, Inch '

That Section 1 of OM ordinance entitled See. J.' That the*ald City Bonds terra cotta sewer oa'19th street from Capital. ;.. .. .'. .'. ... .. .... ... .. .... ....... .. ... .. '$l..oo' '.00Surpti '
-Aa ordinance to grant the right be issued la five different erlea," to- manhole.la'Brlckell Avenue to Ave '
to build own maintain and operate wit: .The Sewer Bond ta a sans nun"p. and thence wong Avenue D to t and undivided rofits . .. ......:.:. ... ... ,$.
aunt car;or troDey system-wlth numbered from 1 to '80. ladnstv connect with manhole at center of ISth .
la 4 the.limit* of :the city or'Miami, The Street Improvement Band. la a street, will be' received by the Board .National Bank Notes. ... ... .. :.... ... ... .. .. 52, ..poDEPOSITS.

Tloride' ,!.and."prescribing. penalties for series' numbered' from 1 to SO. lacluIv *- In of 'city PabUc council Work room.at" May their 7.'meeting 1>>OG.. . .. .. . . ...... .. .. ....... ..566.468.46
,tM vIolatloa ef'the" provlsloo otsame. *. Th* City Bunding Bond la a ,
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.-Passed. May 4.. IMS? signea series numbered from oa* to 2$. Inclusive. .. 'Bidden to do all'1It'Ce1l&fJ'' work ;.. r
F. w Haaa. presUemt; attested with .' 'The Tire Department Bond and,furnish nil'material .Work. to $725,2 5.13
cent by M. B. JteJ1.... city clerk aadapproved la. a series numbered from 1 to IS, be'done under the supervision of theclLJ ,
May, 1",1JOI.1 aJped, John Inclusive.' Tbe Park and Promenade $.nellleer. Plan, profile and j
8eweH.-Mayorr-be aad the .same Uberetnr Bond In. a aerie from 1 to.IS la- specifications can be seen In the office. '
amended to'read .a* follows. clulY''All; of which shall be signed of!the desk! of the board. '.J'I
,.to wit: ',by l1e.Kanr. couaterstgaej : by Certified check for the amount of The Fort Dallas National Bank offers to all customers old an new-every .1,! !
t i ifiectioa i.1; Be it otdatne4 bi'CIt7 the CaW President of th* Cttr Council $100J' must accompany each bid. consistent with sound banking ideas and accomodati in
favor n keeping
Satisfactory bond In toe sum of ,every (
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Council or the City of Miami. TharIda attested by th* City task undo -
that B. B. Tat.... J. H..Tatan. 8. the *eal'' of ta* City >*c Mi $500.to. be given by, successful bidder with their balances and financial tandi g.
K." Tatam.' X X Gary and W. M. ami., That said toad ata4ta) .* for,completion of work In perfect manner -
Brown their associstes; successor sued la denomination ot On* :Thou | Board reserves the right,to reject I
and assigns hereinafter referred to a* and Dollar (IWOO each and shah {;any and an bids. II
grantees art hereby granted exdos- bear"lntaest at th .rat* ot be,JS SJ} Geo. A. McKlnnon. .., I
sin right ot way our under and np.oa per ceaL per ....... wWi interest chairman Board of Public. Works.
the street and avenues of tie coupon* ittirtufl. algn4 tanks ... ,Mi R. Kellnm. Clerk: Wm. M., Drown President Geo. R. 6omph.: Gashier I 4l4
e dty,of Miami, 'norlda. hereinafter aer a*/the.bond*;rta*',principal and 'j\i -
described and named for tae purposeof Interest payable la gold cola of th* ,:Waated:: Clean cotton rag at this ,

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